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The Government Accountability Office (GAO)had released a report on test accommodations provided the College Board for applicants with disabilities. While the report found that many applicants for the... read more
The Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by a California School district which asserted that it could be exposed to claims of educational malpractice for failing to identify a student with a... read more
The U.S. Department of Education-Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS), has published new IDEA Part C regulations in the Federal Register covering the Birth to Three Program... read more
October 28, 2011   Mr. Allan B. Taylor, Chairman Connecticut State Board of Education 165 Capitol Avenue - Room 301 Hartford, Connecticut 06106    Dear Mr. Taylor,... read more
About This Article: This article, written By Shaun Heasley— October 26, 2010 appears in it's entirety on the website. Apple is highlighting a growing number of apps... read more
The State Department of Education has proposed significant changes to the state special education regulations. I have submitted my own comments on the proposed regulations (See attachment: ____)... read more
By Lawrence W. Berliner, Esq.  Founder, Law Office of Attorney Lawrence Berliner, LLC, Westport On March 15, 2011 revised federal regulations to implement the Americans with Disability Act (ADA... read more