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Education of Children


  • Early Intervention

  • New Anti-Bullying Law Takes Effect in New Jersey

  • New Law Allows Foster Children to Stay in Their Current Schools

  • Rights of Homeless Students

  • School Records

  • School Residency Requirements

  • Special Education and IEP Meetings

  • Special Education and School Discipline: What You Need to Know

  • What to Do When You Disagree With a Special Education Decision

  • Your Child's Right to Special Education

  • Links

    • LSNJ's Education Representation Project

    • Parental Rights in Special Education (PRISE) manual (from the New Jersey Department of Education)
    • The Education Law Center - a not-for-profit organization that provides advocacy and information to New Jersey residents about student rights to a public education in New Jersey

    • Student Rights Handbook was prepared by the staff and volunteers of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ). It addresses a variety of rights and responsibilities affecting students in school, including those regarding discrimination, speech and expression, religion, search and seizure, school records and disciplinary procedures. This book is available online at the Web site for the New Jersey State Bar Foundation.


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