Spring Special Ed Law Conference Edition - Issue #3The third of 3 issues devoted to current legal news for special ed directors and other school administrators
This article will review state law on restraint and offer resources for the implementation of proper restraint techniques on your campus.
ARP ISD receives accolades for its use of technology.
Paula Maddox Roalson of Walsh, Gallegos, Trevino, Russo & Kyle P.C. goes beyond the typical lecture presentation to engage in real conversations about hot legal topics, share inspiration to do your job, talk about time management and help you navigate the line between your role and that of your campus administrator.
A question from our evaluation forms on effective prior written notices is answered.
3 NEW SCHOOL LAW RULINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
Student v. Killeen ISD, Dkt. No. 136-SE-0116 (Hearing Officer Tommy L. Broyles April 25, 2016).
A disagreement over the type of homebound services offered to a student as well as other claims leads to a hearing.
Student v. Allen ISD, Dkt. No. 166-SE-0216 (Hearing Officer Tommy L. Broyles April 13, 2016).
A student with multiple learning disabilities is disciplined and a parent claims it was improper and due to bullying.
Student v. Riesel ISD, Dkt. No. 102-SE-1115 (Hearing Officer Mary Carolyn Carmichael, May 23, 2016).
A district failed to provide sufficient dyslexia services and meaningful benefit in special ed instruction and ultimately ordered to provide compensatory services.