The Pennsylvania Office for Dispute Resolution recently released its annual report, showing a dramatic increase in due process litigation.
Last month, the court of appeals reaffirmed what makes an IEP "reasonably calculated."
What prevails in the law is neither reasoning nor well-voiced opinion, but fact-based evidence.
Students who receive special education services must be educated in the "least restrictive environment" possible. What does this mean?
Exemption to mandatory school attendance can come in several forms...and fall under a unique set of state regulations.
What are school district obligations under the IDEA when it comes to a parent's written request for an IEE at public expense?
Can School District Employees Be Held Personally Liable When Carrying Out Their Professional Duties?
What is a public school employee to do in order to avoid personal liability?
The Office of Civil Rights has issued an advisory "Dear Colleague" letter along with a Resource Guide for students with ADHD.
Behavior support has come a long way, but it is quickly about to get exponentially better thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Does communicating about school district business in a private social media group violate the state Sunshine Act?