Archive | May, 2011

Education Law Prom Season Expulsions and Suspensions: Zero Tolerance v. Common Sense

May 20, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Education Law

May is prom season and school officials are waiting to impose their zero tolerance, Draconian sanctions on high school seniors just a few weeks from graduation. The most common scenarios include a student acting visibly intoxicated once they get into the dance–vomiting, staggering, or ┬áreeking of alcohol–who is then coerced into giving up the names […]

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Education Law In Maryland

May 19, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Education Law

My intention is to regularly update this space with information about school expulsion and suspension cases in both the public and private sectors from kindergarten to post graduate students. I will also include information about special education matters including Section 504, IEP and Due Process hearings at the Office of Administrative Hearings(OAH). I also represent […]

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