Tag Archives: IDEA and transfer of rights

Knock It Off!

Published on December 3, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

I’ve previously discussed ways in which school districts can try to drive a wedge between teenagers and their parents in a manner which benefits the school.  But I have been seeing so much more of this lately, and in much worse ways, that I felt the issue needed revisiting.  Just in the last few months, […]

Transfer of Rights at Adulthood

Published on September 27, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

The IDEA is a statute which outlines a great deal of both procedural and substantive rights conferred on children with disabilities, and their parents.  Most parents do not realize is that, while there are specific obligations which school districts have to parents of students with special needs, the vast majority of the entitlements are for […]