Students with disabilities have the right to attend school without being bullied. Here are 10 steps parents can take if you suspect your child is being bullied at school.
Fairfax County Public Schools Releases Plan to Provide Compensatory Education to Remedy FAPE Violations from COVID-19 Remote Learning
Fairfax County Public Schools has acknowledged that it did not meet its legal obligations to students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it has released a plan to fix it.
Statement & Policy Recommendations on Distance Learning
The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) released a statement and policy recommendations on distance...
Virtual Instruction for Students with Disabilities
The delivery of virtual instruction to students with disabilities is a complex issue with equity, inclusion and legal considerations.
Court Grants TRO in Favor of Student with Disability Seeking In-Person Instruction
In the latest case challenging a lack of face-to-face instruction, Hernandez v. Lujan Griffin, a parent of a student...
The School Year Started, Let’s Get Those IEP Services Going!
Question: When does my child’s school have to start delivering IEP services? Can the school wait a month to start?
Judge Orders School to Provide In-Person Services to Student with Disability
Thank you to Communication First for highlighting a new case out of California. This case involves a student with...
Schools Must Provide FAPE During Covid-19
Question: Are schools that are operating virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic still required to provide FAPE - a...