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April 2017 Legal Update

As the latest additions to your legal currency, this month’s alert identifies the effects of previous recent legal developments that focus on bullying and methodology under the IDEA. 6 more words

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February 2017 Legal Update

This month’s alert provides the following additions to your legal currency:

  • The Second Circuit Court of Appeals, which encompasses CT, NY, and VT and which is the most active federal appeals court under the IDEA, recently issued a significant decision that largely pierces or erodes the methodology barrier.
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Six factors for Home Buyers with Special Needs Children to consider.

School ratings, rankings, and reputation are some of the most important factors for homebuyers in New Jersey.  Families often sacrifice commuting time, space, and budget, all to be in a “good” school district.   384 more words

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The Next Chapter of Special Education in the U.S. is being decided.

A higher standard of special education could be the country’s new standard. The next chapter of Special Education Laws in the U.S. is currently being written, quite literally, by the Supreme Court. 412 more words

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December 2016 Legal Update

As the latest additions to your legal currency, this month’s alert provides the principal findings of an empirical analysis of the case law concerning the procedural dimension of FAPE, as reported in the following new journal article: 28 more words

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A guide to the 504 Plan

At times, a child may have an impairment that has a substantial impact on their functioning, but still does not qualify for an IEP for special education. 253 more words

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