"Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself."
~ John Dewey
Meetings Some parents want an experienced special education attorney to advocate for them at CSE, CPSE, or Section 504 meetings,
Hearings and Appeals: Some parents have reached a point where the best option is a hearing. They want an experienced special education attorney to represent them.
The original CDC Guidance on Opening America includes:
Phase I: "Schools that are currently closed should remain closed. E-learning or distance learning opportunities should be provided for all students. Ensure provision of student services such as school meal programs." The Hudson Valley will be in phase I on Tuesday May 26.
Phase II: Schools open with restrictions, including "Stagger arrival and drop-off times or locations, or put in place other protocols to limit direct contact with parents as much as possible." "E-learning or distance learning opportunities should be provided for higher-risk students, and those with vulnerable family members."
Consultation: Some parents just want an experienced special education attorney to explain their rights and advise them.