In the case of Dept. of Labor v. American Furniture Systems, Inc., employees were required to log off their computers or would automatically be logged off for times they were not working for more than 90 seconds.
It has become an inconvenient truth that special education due process cases are often controlled more by the fear of run-away prevailing party attorney’s fees than by the special needs of the child.
This past summer, the National Panhellenic Conference released the report of its Gender Identity Study Group.
On September 22, 2017, the U.S. Department of Education issued a new FAQ interim guidance document on investigating and adjudicating cases of sexual misconduct, and formally withdrew the guidance that had been issued in 2011 and 2014 on that topic.
In a recent case, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the ruling of the district court denying a football coach’s request for a preliminary injunction after he was placed on administrative leave for ignoring district policy regarding student prayer.
In a Dramatic Shift, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Finds Courts May Wade Into Issue of Educational FundingSeptember 29th, 2017
Now that the funding crisis in Pennsylvania schools has finally attained constitutional dimension, schools and public school supporters have an enhanced opportunity to advocate for legislative change.
What is the actual message of the Endrew F. decision and how can school districts afford that message?
Under Pennsylvania’s Safety in Youth Sports Act, coaches shall remove any student athlete who exhibits signs or symptoms of concussion from participation in the activity.
Family members and friends will reach out to console a grieving parent, but you may feel alone when it comes to trying to return to work after your loss.
In a case of first impression in the Pennsylvania state courts, the Commonwealth court held that only courts have jurisdiction to enforce a settlement agreement and not hearing officers in due process hearings brought under the IDEA.