What is education advocacy? Not every conflict requires a lawsuit, but that doesn’t mean you won’t benefit from the help of an experienced advocate. Take charge of your or your child’s educational rights as early as possible.
IEP, 504, and Disability Accommodations
Parent-Teacher and Administrative Conferences
Complaints and Litigation
When it comes time to defend your or your child’s rights, you might have to take a more aggressive route. If asking politely doesn’t make the district see things your way, you might be able to ask a judge or even the Department of Education for help.