Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP, the first private law practice in Pennsylvania dedicated entirely to education law, is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
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Sweet Stevens partner Andrew Faust of will be a featured presenter at the 2020 Lehigh University Special Education Law Symposium.
Now that most of Pennsylvania is moving toward "green" phases and reopenings, the firm will now return to posting coronavirus-related advice solely through the Pool Counsel service.
More guidance and documents concerning compensatory services when schools reopen after the coronavirus closure.
As a follow up to this week's PDE guidance on reopening after the coronavirus closure, the firm prepares a statement that districts could use to respond to families that support guidance of remaining virtual until the fall.
A school district wrestles with PDE guidance on schools reopening after the coronavirus closure.
As we look ahead to reopening schools in August and September, some issues will require advance planning.
The firm offers some insight - and cautions - related to Pennsylvania House Bill 1210.
The firm shares how schools may best and safely resume in-person assessments after the coronavirus closure is over.
The firm suggests how 4th quarter progress might be reported if report cards are not being issued.