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Revised IDEA Regulations Finally Coming?

Revised IDEA Regulations Finally Coming?

On Friday, October 14, the Ohio Department of Education filed proposed revisions to the IDEA operating standards (Ohio Administrative Code 3301-51). On Tuesday, November 15, the State Board of Education will hold a hearing on these proposed revisions. This is all part...

Court Determines Dress Code May be Covered Under Title IX

Court Determines Dress Code May be Covered Under Title IX

The board of trustees of a North Carolina charter school discovered that designing a dress code based on the view that girls are “fragile vessels” could violate both the Equal Protection Clause and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Parents of several...

SCOTUS to Consider Exhaustion of Remedies Case

SCOTUS to Consider Exhaustion of Remedies Case

The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear a special education case concerning a family's obligation to exhaust administrative remedies before filing a claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The case of Perez v. Sturgis Public Schools involves...

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