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Tag Archives: Leesburg Special Education Law Attorney

Behavioral Intervention Plans: When Do You Need One?

By Whitbeck Cisneros McElroy PC |

If your child acts out at school and breaks school rules, he or she may be subject to removal from the school or other special programs. While in many cases, a school has discretion to prohibit student participation in programs, if the child is part of a special education program, the school will have… Read More »

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Section 504 Plans Versus Individualized Education Plans: What Is Right For You?

By Whitbeck Cisneros McElroy PC |

Recently, we discussed Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and how schools are required to provide children with disabilities with such a plan through their school’s special education program. To qualify for the program, a child must first be evaluated by a team of professionals to determine whether the child is eligible for the program. Once… Read More »

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Individualized Education Plans And The History of Special Education in Virginia

By Whitbeck Cisneros McElroy PC |

The state of Virginia has historically been proactive about providing extra resources for children with disabilities. In 1968, the state enacted its first legislation requiring special education for children with certain disabilities. Later in 1972, the laws were expanded to include all children with disabilities from ages 2 to 21 years of age. The… Read More »

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