Must Services in the IEP be Provided by a Special Ed Teacher?

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“My 10-year-old with Downs Syndrome made no progress in reading over the last 4-5 years. A reading specialist evaluated her and recommended a different reading program. The school agreed to Continue Reading →

Identifying and Meeting a Child’s Language Needs

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“We adopted our son from another country three years ago. He is now nine years old, in the 3rd grade. He did not speak English when he arrived in this Continue Reading →

3rd Edition – Wrightslaw: Special Education Law. Stay Tuned!

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 →

Help! My son with LD is graduating. Who will write his 504 when he loses his IEP?

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 →

Wrightslaw Training Coming to West Columbia, SC on September 11, 2015

Pro-Parents of South Carolina is hosting a Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training on September 11, 2015 at Glenforest School, located at 1041 Harbor Drive, West Columbia, SC. Presenter Continue Reading →

Sleep Disorders, Truancy and Student Needs: A Complicated Mix

I have a student with a sleep disorder and emotional issues. How do the compulsory attendance laws and a student with special education needs intertwine? Good question. All states have Continue Reading →