The 2015 FCC ruling clarifying some regulations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has significant potential implications for school districts.
Parents of students identified for special education services are explicitly permitted access to the classrooms of their children; how should public school districts set policies governing that access?
Partner John Audi presented a program on negotiation trends and strategiesto the Susquehanna Valley Area School Valley Business Officials (SVASBO).
Different due process requirements must be provided to students for various degrees of discipline.
Charles “Chuck” N. Sweet, one of the founding members of Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams, has announced his retirement.
When a student is harmed by a third party, the victim may allege that the harm was foreseeable and school personnel should have done something to prevent or to stop the injury from occurring. What have the courts said?
Do pullout programs and gifted classes focused on one specific topic provide an appropriate gifted education?
Several attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams will serve as faculty members at the 2015 Exceptional Children Conference in Lancaster, PA.
Anyone who has bargained a contract with teachers in Pennsylvania understands that a 3% increase does not really mean a 3% increase: it means much more.
Must a school district provide transportation for a student to more than one residence?