LGBT is a growing issue in schools. The firm offers some background on this issue as it relates to Title IX and the recent ruling in G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board.
Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP is again playing a major part in the upcoming Lehigh University 44th Special Education Law Conference.
Sweet Stevens attorneys are slated to speak at one of the featured programs of the 2016 conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Service Administrators.
The IDEA requires that parents be given an opportunity to participate in meetings and discussions related to their child's special education. How does this affect a district's approach when their native tongue is not English?
In light of a recent court decision, there are some important things for school districts to consider when conducting manifestation determinations.
Three attorneys at Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams have been promoted to partner.
If protected union speech creates a dangerous situation, how should the district - as an employer - respond?
Information and guidance on charter schools' accountability can be found in the Charter School Law.
Just last month, amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect, which alter provisions for Electronically Stored Information, including e-mail.