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  • Educational Rights of Students with Disabilities

    Is your child having a difficult time in school? If your child has a disability, or you suspect that he or she has special needs, there is help available. All children and youth between the ages of 3 and 21 who have an impairment that interferes with their ability to learn can be eligible for additional support and services to help them achieve a meaningful education. Read More

    By:
    Office of the Education Ombudsman
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • How to File a Special Education Citizen Complaint

    Read this if you are concerned about a child’s special education and wants to file a formal complaint. Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Special Education and School Discipline

    Special education students have all the procedural rights of non-special education students, plus extra rights. The rights we discuss in this publication are for special education students only. Publication 1114EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
  • Video - Rights of Special Education Students: Discipline

    This video describes your child's rights under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. These are federal laws, so the information is true for every state. This video will teach you about discipline of a special education student. Read More

    By:
    Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Video - Your Rights Under the IDEA: A Video in ASL

    An overview of the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA) and the rights of parents and guardians. Explains the processes available in WA to resolve disputes regarding special education services. Also covers the rights of deaf parents to have interpreter services provided when their children are enrolled in special education services. Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
    Read this in:
    American Sign Language
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