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Students who receive special education services must be educated in the "least restrictive environment" possible. What does this mean?
Sweet Stevens Katz & Williams again presented the wildly-popular Paul Stevens Memorial Legal Seminar at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Service Administrators (PAPSA).
Attorney Kyle Somers has joined Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams.
Exemption to mandatory school attendance can come in several forms...and fall under a unique set of state regulations.
Christina Stephanos was interviewed by The Special Educator for an article on disciplinary actions under Section 504.
Christina Stephanos was interviewed by Special Education Connection for an article on retaliation claims from employees who engage in advocacy.
Partner John Audi presented a program on tactical trends in collective bargaining to the Pennsylvania School Boards Association.
Several attorneys from Sweet Stevens played pivotal roles at the 2017 Pennsylvania Bar Institute Exceptional Children Conference.
What are school district obligations under the IDEA when it comes to a parent's written request for an IEE at public expense?