Last year’s scores on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests demonstrate a dramatic decrease in performance. What are the reasons for this? What are the implications for PSSAs in 2015-2016?
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Will repeating a year truly give a special needs student reinforced instruction and provide more time for the development of grade level educational skills?
When districts have residential placements within their geographical boundaries that house students who would otherwise be non-resident students of the district, what are their special education obligations?
An element of the Affordable Care Act called the "Cadillac Tax" is set to take effect on January 1, 2018.
Act 15, passed on July 1, 2015, modifies some of the requirements of Act 153 and requires all volunteers who are responsible for the welfare of a child or have direct contact with children to obtain several clearances.
How can school districts protect themselves from facing claims of student-on-student sexual harassment?
The FCC will aggressively investigate and act against any unlawful interference with personal Wi-Fi hotspots.
Attorney Tom Warner is a scheduled presenter at the “Snapshots of Special Education Law” PBI conference in Philadelphia.
Sweet Stevens proudly announces the opening of a Central Pennsylvania Region Office and the addition of attorney Shawn Lochinger.
Two attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP have been selected to the 2015 Pennsylvania & Delaware edition of “Super Lawyers.”