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DeVos Finds ‘No Reason’ To Waive Key Provisions Of IDEA Amid School Closures

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will not seek changes to the central tenets of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act in response to the coronavirus pandemic. In a report to Congress released late Monday, DeVos recommended that lawmakers consider what the Department of Education called “additional flexibilities on administrative requirements.” But, DeVos said in the 18-page [...]

COVID Related School Closings and Instruction for Children with Disabilities

COVID-19 has changed the school landscape including how special education is administered. Both public and private schools across the world have had a variety of responses including moving to online learning or closing for remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Check with your local education agency (LEA) or state department of education for the current [...]

Sumner County Schools failed to protect 9-year-old sexually assaulted by another student, federal lawsuit claims

The parents of a 9-year-old girl are suing Sumner County Schools in federal court, claiming the district failed to protect the child from a classmate that was sexually abusing her for months at a local elementary school. The lawsuit, filed Dec. 30 and using monikers such as Jane Doe and Sally Smith to protect student privacy, [...]