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October Legal Update

Here are my top three special education law items for this month:

  1. A new Second Circuit decision holds that eligibility under the IDEA does not necessarily mean eligibility under Section 504 and its sister statute, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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University at Albany - SUNY - Professional Development & Parent Seminars

The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD Albany) is pleased to announce 2016-17 professional development and parent seminars – The seminars are offered at no cost to participants living in NYS. 173 more words

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After the Fall

At the start of the summer, the ceiling came crashing in. Reading that, I realize it is the kind of experience any parent of a special needs child might relate to. 657 more words


Special Education Advocacy in Atlanta & Iep in Georgia

Five years ago, a conclusion was made to endow with an online Iep Georgia application that all colleges and schools in Georgia could use. This is the vision which included the capability to write the federally compliant IEP along with the comprehensive interface that internally checks the records to help the teachers in order to help the teachers to avoid the most frequent compliance problems. 411 more words


Resolve Your Child’s Educational Misconceptions with the aid of Special Education Attorney.

Several parents, who have learning disorders and special requirements, might face several problems. The decisions would base on their kids IEP or 504 strategies will have an impact for years to come. 452 more words


Education Spotlight: Evaluating the Needs of Students with Disabilities

Before children are placed in special education, they must be evaluated to determine whether they have a disability that requires special education services. If so, they are eligible for services under the IDEA. 238 more words

Superintendent Determination of Graduation with a Local Diploma - NYSED Special Education Field Advisory

June 2016 


From: Patricia J. Geary 

Subject: Superintendent Determination of Graduation with a Local Diploma

At the June 2016 meeting, the New York State Board of Regents approved through emergency action an amendment to  33 more words

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