In special education law, independent educational evaluations are important both to inform parents and school districts about the unique needs of a student. Parents can pay privately for an evaluation at any time, and share the results with the school district at a Team meeting. Parents can choose whether to share an evaluation. Sometimes, for example, evaluations contain […]
Special Education Law Blog
Updates and current issues related to the legal rights of students with disabilities in Massachusetts
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The best way for parents to determine whether their child is making effective progress is to rely on independent evaluators. In addition, there are red flags to look for within a student’s school records, including those found in Individualized Education Programs (IEP) and progress reports. Below are ten examples of red flags that might indicate that […]
Welcome to my special education blog. I will use this space to write about updates and current issues related to the legal rights of students with disabilities in Massachusetts (special education law). I will also maintain a blog at specialedlaw.com, with posts about Bureau of Special Education Appeals (BSEA) cases and legal research. Because every legal matter is different, the information you […]
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