MN Supreme Court Refuses to Limit Extracurricular & Nonacademic Activities to those that “Educate the Child”

Can my child’s IEP include supplementary aids and services for extracurricular activities and after-school programs? The answer is yes. We receive many questions from parents about extracurricular activities, after school Continue Reading →

Athlete Sues for Right to Compete; State Passes Athletics Equity Law

Tatyana McFadden has spinal bifida and uses a wheelchair. She is a Paralympics medalist and world record holder. As a high school freshman,  Tatyana sued her school for the right Continue Reading →

Inspiration from Eunice Kennedy Shriver: A Woman With So Much to Do

“You are the stars and the world is watching you. By your presence, you send a message to every village, every city, every nation. A message of hope. A message Continue Reading →