Fall Conference on Special Ed Law - Issue #1The first of 3 issues devoted to current legal news for special ed directors and other administrators.
Learn more about the district’s responsibilities concerning the harassment of students with disabilities.
Creating an inclusive school climate for all students.
Register for the Spring Conference on Special Education Law
Same great conference, two locations: Arlington – April 13th, 2016 and New Braunfels – April 27th, 2016
Conference Q&A addresses Senate Bill 507 and the new rules for translated IEP’s for native Spanish speaking parents.
6 NEW SCHOOL LAW RULINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
Student v. Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Dkt. No. 015-SE-0914 (Hearing Officer Ann Vevier Lockwood, January 19, 2015).
This district addressed parental concerns through RtI and and determined that the bilingual student didn’t qualify for special ed.
Student v. West Orange Cove CISD, Dkt. No. 011-SE-0914 (Hearing Officer Sharon Ramage February 4, 2015).
Read more on why this district was ordered to provide a new evaluation of the student at the district’s expense.
Clear Creek ISD v. Student, Dkt. No. 111-SE-1214 (Hearing Officer Ann Vevier Lockwood March 25, 2015).
Meeting all the IDEA requirements and procedures helps districts avoid costly re-evaluations.
Student v. Canyon ISD, Dkt. No. 028-SE-0914 (Hearing Officer Ann Vevier Lockwood February 20, 2015).
Read why the hearing officer concluded that this district had denied the student FAPE.
Student v. Clear Creek ISD, Dkt. No. 206-SE-0414 (Hearing Officer Sharon Cloninger February 20, 2015).
The hearing officer looks at evaluations done by both the parents and the district.
Student v. Aransas Pass ISD, Dkt. No. 145-SE-0115 (Hearing Officer Lucius Bunton March 2, 2015).
A student previously eligible for special education services is found no longer eligible.
Education Law for Principals - Issue #1
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