Lawyers for Student Rights

The school has violated your child’s rights. You’ve tried to get answers; the school gives you the runaround. No one has a solution. Worse, no one seems to care about the problem. You are passed off from administrator to administrator and then from staff to staff. Is anyone listening?

Texas Student Rights Lawyers

The law protects your child.

Federal and state law protects students from mistreatment, abuse, bullying, and lack of progress in school. Our lawyers help ensure a safe environment, appropriate services, and individualized programs for K-12 students.

We can help:

Present levels

The IEP will contain statement or description of your child’s present levels of academic achievement and functional performance.

Measurable Annual Goals

Your child's IEP will include measurable annual goals, including academic and functional goals designed to meet your child’s needs and enable your child to make appropriate progress.

Short-term Objectives

If your child will take alternate assessments aligned to alternate academic achievement standards, the IEP goals will also include short-term objectives or benchmarks.

Progress Measurements and Reporting

Your child's IEP will explain how your child’s progress will be measured and when that progress reports will be provided.

Special Education Services

Your child's IEP will identify and describe any appropriate special education and related services or supplementary aids and services.

Advocating for Student Rights throughout Texas

Your child’s Rights

A free appropriate education or FAPE is special education and related services that (1) are provided at public expense, under public supervision and direction, and without charge; (2) meet the standards of the State educational agency (SEA), including IDEA Part B requirements; (3) include an appropriate preschool, elementary school, or secondary school education in the State involved; and (4) are provided in conformity with an IEP that meets the requirements of 34 CFR §§300.320 through 300.324. Further, each child with a disability is entitled to receive FAPE in the least restrictive environment (LRE).

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