Fall Conference on Special Ed Law - Issue #2The second of 3 issues devoted to current legal news for special ed directors and other administrators.
The Letter specifically addresses the needs of children with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia, each of which qualifies as a disability under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
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Answers to questions we didn’t get to at the conference addressing adaptive PE, students with disabilities and the code of conduct, and IEP native language requirements.
4 NEW SCHOOL LAW RULINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
Student v. San Antonio ISD, Dkt. No. 047-SE-1014 (Hearing Officer Ann Vevier Lockwood, May 15, 2015).
A student with behavioral concerns was evaluated and found to not be eligible for special education.
Student v. Dallas ISD, Dkt. No. 052-SE-1014 (Hearing Officer Lynn E. Rubinett, May 6, 2015).
Dallas ISD ends up funding private placement for an emotionally disturbed student after its IEP is found not to provide FAPE.
Student v. Lamar CISD, Dkt. No. 050-SE-1014 (Hearing Officer Brenda Rudd, March 9, 2015).
A student with autism doesn’t qualify for special education transportation services when the student elects to transfer to a different campus than their home campus.
Student v. Dallas ISD, Dkt. No. 117-SE-1214 (Hearing Officer Tommy L. Broyles, March 31, 2015).
Parents sought an IEE at District expense after a student was moved from inclusion to BAC to Stabilization.
Personnel Law Conference Postscripts Edition
Issues will be published in January, February, and March.