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Below is a reprint of a recent press release by COPAA. It contains a good legal analysis of the importance of “stay put” . In its amicus
Hector F. v. El Centro Elementary Sch. Dist. (CA4/1 D064035 6/24/14) California’s public schools must protect students from discrimination and harassment engendered by race, gender,
Legal Alert Nearly 14 years after President Bush signed the IDEA Improvement Act of 2004, special education regulations found in the California Code of Regulations,
According to a recent Seattle Times article, a Washington non-profit group obtained data showing the depth of disproportionate discipline in nine school districts, which affects
Recently, Ms. Adams attended a seminar regarding Health Insurance for Autism. It was presented by Dr. Karen Fessel. Ms. Adams found it very enlightening and
California’s Mountain View Whisman School District has deployed 80 tablets to its special education classrooms. The Silicon Valley-based district, serving approximately 5,000 students, decided to
The California Supreme Court has opened the door for public disclosure of school district costs in ongoing lawsuits where the school districts, cities or other
The Orange Unified School District has reportedly agreed to pay a $2.75-million settlement to the families of six special education children who were allegedly abused
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District has agreed to the monitoring of it’s special education program for the next two years by the U.S.