Although they are never a desired part of one’s life, Los Angeles court litigations are sometimes necessary for families who want their special education children to receive the best possible help in school. Thankfully, not every special education plan has to end in court litigations.
Sometimes Court Litigations Become Necessary
Most of the time, IEP meetings are all that are needed for parents, students, and teachers to see eye to eye. In the best of situations, an IEP meeting is held before the school year starts to determine the curricula to be used and any special accommodations or modifications that will be required for the student. In addition, parents and teachers will go over the previous IEP to determine what worked well and what type of progress the student is making. Sometimes, further IEP meetings will be called during the school year to solve any ongoing problems.
Finding the Best Education Plan for Students in Los Angeles
At the heart of every special needs court litigation in Los Angeles is the desire for the best education to be given to each child. These special children are protected by many laws. The ones that are most applicable to education include the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. During courtroom proceedings, the judge will look at these laws as well as at legal precedents that will help him or her know what determination to make for this particular situation.