You’re parents of a bright child with learning differences. You’ve gone along with the school district’s recommendations – approving various “pull-outs” and “push-ins” while dutifully signing off on recommended IEPs each year – but still your child isn’t achieving his or her academic potential. The school district is acting more like an adversary than an educator. You feel the weight of your child’s future on your shoulders and don’t know where to turn. The good news is that the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA) entitles your child to a “free and appropriate” education, and that there is other legislation (such as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973) specifying the right to access curriculum. Our firm will strongly advocate for your child’s right to obtain an education tailored to his or her unique needs, that addresses your child’s individual strengths and weaknesses, and that is formulated to enable him or her to pursue meaningful academic advancement.
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