Legal Guides for Education
Written by attorney Jonathan Corchnoy, over 2 years ago.
Is My Child a Special Needs Child?
A child may be a special needs child if he or she is between the ages of three and twenty-one, has not graduated High School, and is:Hearing Impaired,... more
Written by attorney Jill K. Osborne, over 2 years ago.
(Originally published in Charter School Monthly, December 2011. Reprinted with permission.)
Child abuse is a problem that has reached epidemic proportions. Over 3 million cases of child... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 12 months ago.
A New Jersey school district will pay $75,000 to settle a claim it turned a blind eye to student bullying.
School officials dealt with the harassment by moderately punishing twelve students... more
Written by attorney Michele Casey, about 1 year ago.
Choosing a college thats right for you can be a difficult decision. You are going to invest time and money for an education and you expect that education to pay off in employment, career... more
Written by attorney Lana Lea Traynor, over 2 years ago.
The Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEIA) is complex. As an attorney, I found that maze nearly impossible to navigate for my sons until I embraced (and conquered)... more
Written by attorney John Mark Wilk, about 1 year ago.
Grandparents who took out parent-plus loans, co-signed for private loans or have student loans themselves have the most to worry about when it comes to student loans. Since 2005, debt... more
Written by attorney Ivan Mousaw, over 1 year ago.
Title I, the cornerstone of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) , previously known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB), is the largest federal education program. Its... more
Written by attorney Lois Beasley-Carlisle, over 1 year ago.
Here is a guide to get it free Alabama.
For any other state go to this link to see what is free or might help you. http://www.benefitsapplication.com/browse_states This guide is not... more
Written by attorney Christopher Beck, over 1 year ago.
As an attorney who represents juveniles charged with a crime and as a husband of a teacher I am often asked can the ________(teacher, principal, resource officer, cop or insert... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Rasansky, over 1 year ago.
Fraud perpetrated by for-profit colleges is a growing problem for the government and for students alike. Already, there have been many fraud rings busted by authorities. These rings were... more