ALERT! Wrightslaw: Special Education Legal Developments & Cases 2015

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Wrightslaw: Special Education Legal Developments & Cases 2015New Publication from Wrightsaw!

Wrightslaw: Special Education Legal Developments and Cases 2015

  • Verdicts in jury trials and multi-million dollar settlements in teacher abuse cases
  • Background and pleadings in Fry v. Napoleon, the discrimination case about a child who needs her service dog at school that may be decided by the Supreme Court this year
  • Emerging issues and trends in special education law and how the law is evolving
  • Discrimination cases initiated and settled by the Department of Justice
  • All “Dear Colleague” Policy and Guidance letters published by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) and the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS) in 2015
  • All decisions in IDEA cases by Courts of Appeals between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015
  • Tutorial on how to use Google Scholar as a powerful legal research

Wrightslaw Price  $14.95 

Complete Table of Contents (PDF)  Download the Introduction

Table of Decisions includes date order of the Courts of Appeals cases with date of decision, Circuit, name of case, a brief description of each case, and the google link to each case in its entirety.

As you read about a case or a Policy or Guidance letter from DOE or DOJ, you will be able to click on that link and go right to it. All hyperlinks are active.

Wrightslaw Price $14.95 


  1. My nephew is an IEP student in NJ. My sister was just notified in June that he is failing his math class. We have spoken to both his case manager & her supervisor and both seem to be alright with the fact that he is failing and are not willing to provide him with remediation. They are basically blaming a 14 year old kid for not properly managing his education. They are refusing to offer a remedy and charging her with the responsibility to pay for private services. Please Advise

    • Lenya, please post your question on the Helpline. When you do, could you share some specific ways you think the school could support your nephew so he can be more successful in his math studies?

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