What implications will the United States Supreme Court's new opinion about the search of mobile phones have in schools?
A review of the updated guidance from the US Department of Education on interpreting and applying the mandates of the Uninterrupted Scholars Act (USA) to FERPA and the IDEA.
Public school kindergarteners are now subject to the same school attendance requirements as older students.
What are the implications of the recent decision in Whitewood v. Wolf for Pennsylvania school entities?
Jane Williams and David Conn are presenting a program at the Lehigh University 42nd Special Education Law Conference entitled, "Gender Identity: The Legal Intersections with Students with Disabilities Issues."
David Painter co-authored an article in the Spring 2014 issue of the Journal of Law & Education (JLE) entitled "Scientifically Supported Identification of SLD Using RTI: A Response to Colker."
Several attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP will give presentations at the 2014 conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Service Administrators (PAPSA).
A recent PA Supreme Court decision establishes when even a quorum of public officials - from school board members to municipal officials - can meet privately.
A school must assure that any discipline meted out to a disabled student is not discriminatory.
What NON-academic services and programs must have modifications to ensure participation by handicapped students?