New Decisions from U.S. Supreme Court on Special Needs Cases, Easy to Follow on Wrightslaw
By Meena Tadimeti, @meenatadimeti
Most special needs parents don’t have the time to follow through with their child’s IEP team members much less know which special education lawsuits are being reviewed and decided upon by the U.S. Supreme Court. So to make it easier for parents to get a quick look at pending cases, wrightslaw.com, a well-respected and highly regarded online resource for education law, special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities, breaks it down in easy to follow format regarding current case law.
By reading through the summaries and the specifics of current cases, parents can come to understand in general what are the issues from the plaintiff side, when does it reach to our nation’s highest level of judiciary branch and the Supreme Court interpretations and decisions based on the Individuals with Disabilities Educational Act (IDEA).
Wrightslaw.com provides this and much much more on issues affecting special needs community. You’ll want to bookmark this Website as a parent on the special needs journey. Here is the link to the summary of case law: //www.wrightslaw.com/caselaw.htm
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