Property taxes remain the primary funding mechanism for public education in Pennsylvania.
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A question that periodically surfaces for school districts concerns the educational rights of eligible students who have reached the age of 18...
When it comes to suspending special education students from the school bus, how should districts apply discipline?
What a school district should do if served with a complaint to fully protect its interests.
Attorneys Andy Faust, Tom Warner and Jane Williams served as faculty members at the "Exceptional Children Conference 2013" hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI).
An overview of the very different scenarios of "homebound instruction" and "instruction in the home."
What happens when a school district is sued for being a "hostile work environment?"
When an administrator becomes aware of specific and concrete information about foreseeable harm to a student, what action (and documentation) should be taken?
Partner Andy Faust will deliver talks on Special Education for two upcoming conferences this month for educators and education attorneys.
What are school district requirements when providing children with comprehensive medical examinations?