Registration is Open! Don’t Miss ISEA 2017

The William & Mary Law School Institute of Special Education Advocacy 2017 is presenting a five-day training program in special education advocacy. 22 sessions on applicable laws, ethics, best practices Continue Reading →

Why You Need to Begin Transition Planning Early

“My child is 14. When I requested a transition plan and transition services, the IEP team said they don’t have to provide transition services until he is 16. Is this Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Agrees to Decide Fry v. Napoleon Comm. School et. al

Update: On February 22, 2017, the United States Supreme Court vacated and remanded the Sixth Circuit’s Decision in Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools, framing new standards and limits to the Continue Reading →

Wake Up Folks! You are Being Sold a Line of Goods about Dyslexia

Ok. I am going on a rant here and I expect some kickback. Before you tell me how wrong I am, please remember that I have been advocating for almost Continue Reading →

Federal Legal Requirements: Meeting the Communication Needs of Students with Disabilities

New guidance on the rights of students with hearing, vision, or speech disabilities. Students with disabilities, like all students, must be provided the opportunity to fully participate in our public Continue Reading →