Monday, February 5, 2007

Ed Law Resources on the Web

Pennsylvania Education Law
Pennsylvania Department of Education -

U.S. Department of Education (DOE) -

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Statute -

ADA Title II Regulations (html) -

Dept. of Justice - Guide to Disability Law -

Family Educational Rights privacy Act/Buckley Amendment (FERPA)
Statute -
Regulations -

FERPA Information Family Policy Compliance Office -

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)

Office of Special Education Programs - OSEP

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Office for Civil Rights (OCR)

Main OCR site -

Education Law Center
Founded in 1973, Education Law Center (ELC) advocates on behalf of public school children for access to an equal and adequate education under state and federal laws. ELC's work is based on a core value: if given the opportunity, all children can achieve high academic standards to prepare them for citizenship and to compete in the economy. ELC focuses on improving public education for disadvantaged children, and children with disabilities and other special needs. ELC uses a wide variety of strategies, including public education and engagement, policy initiatives, research, communications and, as a last resort, legal action.

Education Law Network and Pennsylvania School Reform Network
ELC is a legal advocacy organization. Through a help line they offer free assistance to thousands of families each year. They provides information on the legal rights of public school students, help with problem-solving, written materials, and contacts. (note the litigation link - cases and decisions)

Special Education Blog
A special education legal resource discussing case law, news, practical advocacy advice, and developments in state and federal statutes and regulations. Postings include insight and sometimes humor from Charles P. Fox, a Chicago, Illinois attorney who is also a parent of child with special needs, and other guest authors.

Education Law Association
ELA brings together educational and legal scholars and practitioners to inform and advance educational policy and practice through knowledge of the law. Together, our professional community anticipates trends in educational law and supports scholarly research through the highest value print and electronic publications, conferences, seminars, and professional forums.


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