Landmark Settlement Agreement: Mass Child Welfare Agency to Stop Discriminating Against Parents with Disabilities “The stakes are never higher than when a parent faces the possibility of losing a child” Continue Reading →
We are working on the Third Edition of our Wrightslaw: Special Education Law book. This edition will have a greater emphasis on both Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Continue Reading →
Isabel: Is Fry v. Napoleon Comm. School District is this a federal or state case?
– from FARE News Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) – December 19, 2017 “Last summer, we reported on a finding by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on behalf Continue Reading →
Sprays and perfume in the classroom is an asthmatic trigger for my son! Spraying Lysol is another concern. The school says they can not include this in his 504 plan Continue Reading →
On August 23, 2016, the United States Department of Justice filed suit against the State of Georgia for discriminating against thousands of public school students with behavior and emotional disabilities Continue Reading →
From Jim Comstock-Galagan The recent amendments to Section 504 and the ADAA greatly expanded coverage under Section 504/ADA. The ADA Amendments Act, Public Law No. 110–325 (2008), overturned Supreme Court Continue Reading →
Gina-Marie writes – Help! My son with LD and an IEP is graduating from high school and I understand he will lose his IEP. Will he have a 504 now Continue Reading →