Karl Romberger and Tom Warner will serve as faculty members at the upcoming Pennsylvania Bar Institute Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program entitled "Autism: Fitting the Pieces Together."
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Handling offensive online speech by students.
How a school district can protect itself from successful claims of student-on-student sexual harassment.
The Pennsylvania School Code sets forth a number of requirements for a home education.
Several attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP are slated to speak at the 2013 PAPSA conference.
"No otherwise qualified individual with a disability . . . , shall, solely by reason of her or his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. . . ."
Changing Students' Placements to a More Restrictive Setting in a post-Gaskins Environment; Is it Really Any Different?
Is a school district obligated to allow a union representative to be present at a meeting between an administrator and employee?
John Audi was featured in a recent article on his work in coordinated bargaining in school district contract talks.
School districts must act "reasonably" when seizing or detaining students based on allegations of wrongdoing against the student.