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Special Education: Articles

Racial Perspectives on Eligibility for Special Education

For Students of Color Who are Struggling, is Special Education a Potential Evil or a Potential Good? Read More


Unlikely Clarity - Reviewing Special Education Decisions in the Second Circuit

Much of the discussion in special education case law centers on individualized education plans (IEPs)2, those statutory creations required to ensure that children with disabilities that adversely impact their education, and who could benefit from special education services, receive assistance tailored to their particular needs. Read More


Special Education Compliance Within Rochester City School District

The quest to comply with both state and federal special education standards has been an ongoing challenge for the Rochester City School District. Read More


Special Education Victory in Greece, NY

The Greece Central School District, a suburban district outside of Rochester, NY, is the eighth largest district in the state, with enrollment of approximately 13,000 students, of whom 1,300 are classified as students with disabilities pursuant to federal law. Read More


Special Education Victory in Greece, NY

The Greece Central School District, a suburban district outside of Rochester, NY, is the eighth largest district in the state, with enrollment of approximately 13,000 students, of whom 1,300 are classified as students with disabilities pursuant to federal law. Read More