The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”) requires that schools provide a free and appropriate public education to all students, but too often, schools fail to provide the specialized instruction and other support needed to help children with physical, learning, or emotional disabilities. When children have special education or mental health needs and do not receive the services they need, they often fall further behind. When children fall behind in school, they can be at risk for not graduating and/or they may have behavioral problems resulting in unnecessary suspensions.
Our attorneys advocate on behalf of families to ensure children with disabilities receive appropriate special education services. Our attorneys represent clients at Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings, resolution conferences, and at due process hearings.