Assisting parents/guardians of special needs children navigate through the process of obtaining a free appropriate public education for their children.
Experienced in Due Process hearings, formal resolution sessions, mediation, advocacy at IEP Meeting and informal dispute resolution relating to provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)
Mission: The firm's philosophy is that all families should be equipped with the knowledge and the legal backing to obtain the best possible education for their special needs child as is allowed under the law.
www-inquirer-com.cdn.ampproject.org The patchwork of all-virtual or hybrid learning plans offered by schools and districts is inadequate to meet their needs and could bring negative long-term consequences, parents and advocates say.
Remote learning continues in N.J., but students with disabilities still falling behind https://www.nj.com/coronavirus/2020/05/remote-learning-continues-in-nj-but-students-with-disabilities-still-falling-behind.html
nj.com Experts, teachers and caregivers contend special education students stand to lose the most in remote education.
Check out: Remote learning: NJ parents worry that special-needs students will be left behind https://nj1015.com/remote-learning-nj-parents-worry-that-special-needs-students-will-be-left-behind/
nj1015.com A lack of therapies and in some cases, communication, are top issues for parents trying to balance COVID-19 with IEPs.
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autismnj.org Articles » More than Merely De Minimus More than Merely De Minimus Apr 20, 2018 It has been just over a year since the special education case Endrew v. Douglas County School District was decided by the Supreme Court in favor of the petitioner, Endrew F. The decision marked a victory for families of...
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A timely reminder as kids go back to school.
blogs.edweek.org Allison Gilmour, a professor at Temple University, argues that schools need to look more at what services are provided to students with disabilities, not just the setting where those students are educated.
tcf.org Endrew (or Drew), a young boy with autism, received special education services in Douglas County, Colorado. After watching Drew’s progress stall in fourth
Check out this piece by Laura Schifter "One Year After Landmark Special Education Decision, Gaps Remain" https://tcf.org/content/commentary/one-year-landmark-special-education-decision-gaps-remain/?session=1
Our take: Poor, unacceptable performance of students with disabilities will persist, despite Endrew F., until parents - en masse - begin rejecting the paltry amount of progress offered up by schools year after year.
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Average time in NJ for decision in special ed case = 261 days. Federal law requires = 45 days. "Gross denial of justice" https://t.co/Ne8HKv6PYj #sped #law #NJ #education #disability #school #kids #IDEA #IEP #DueProcess #hearing #nojustice #NJSEP #KnowYourRights PLEASE RETWEET
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