This month’s update identifies two recent court decisions that respectively address (a) various FAPE issues and (b) the less frequent but ongoing issue of LRE under the IDEA. Download the update and read more.
This month’s update identifies two new federal appeals court decisions focusing on the substantive dimension of FAPE, with secondary attention to interrelated requirements, such as LRE and transition services. Click here to download the update and read more.
This month’s update concerns issues that were subject to recent relevant court decisions and are of general significance: (a) the emerging fourth dimension of FAPE—capability to implement the IEP, and (b) the overlapping issues of the procedural and substantive dimensions of FAPE with LRE. Click here to download the update and read more.
This monthly legal alert addresses the significant rulings of two recent federal appeals court decisions— Krawietz v. Galveston Independent School District (2018), which reinforced the ad hoc nature of school district's ongoing obligation of “child find” under the IDEA, and L.H. v. Hamilton County Department of Education (2018), which provided a new twist on both least… Continue reading September 2018 Legal Update
This monthly legal alert addresses an IDEA issue and a Section 504 issue. First is the summary of a recent federal appellate court decision concerning the IDEA's LRE mandate --B.E.L. v. Hawaii (2018). The second is a recently published article reporting the national and state-by-state percentages of "504-only" students. Click here to download the update… Continue reading June 2018 Legal Update