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10/30/2013· Education & Schools

Disability Law Briefing

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Abstract: This special paper introduces the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, describes the school district's obligation to advocate for students with disabilities, reviews student rights created by the law, defines key terms, and takes the reader, step by step, through the procedural protections provided by the regulations.

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10/4/2013· Education & Schools

Litigation Support: The Educator Expert

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Abstract: Examples of consultations serve as an illustration of how a consulting education expert can assist lawyers who are working on school and education related cases. One example deals with a special education dispute involving inclusion and the other deals with liability for student injury and a settlement of $850,000.

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9/12/2013· Education & Schools

Recommendations for Addressing Violence in Schools

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

The tragic realities of the school killings in Littleton, Colorado, and similar instances of violence involving today's youth, have educators, policymakers and communities searching for causes as well as methods of prevention. Hit lists, posted on Internet sites and plans made by high school students to "get even" when they are teased are symptoms of what we already know: Bullying, teasing and discrimination are big problems for American children.

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8/15/2013· Education & Schools

Regular Assessment of School Procedures Can Reduce Risks

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Our nation's schools pay millions of dollars annually in damages to school children injured in class, sexually assaulted by teachers, and harassed by fellow students. Unnecessary risks in schools can be controlled to protect the safety of students, faculty and support staffs and to eliminate costly litigation and settlements.

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7/30/2013· Education & Schools

School Evaluations Help Swing Custody Cases

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Even the most amicable custody arrangements can sour over school choice. As more people move about, the issue of where their children will attend school, and what that school offers compared to their current situation, is becoming more significant in family law. This article examines ways an education expert can assist with objective evaluations of school programs.

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7/16/2013· Education & Schools

The Educator as a Consulting and Testifying Expert

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

The educator as a consulting and testifying expert has become one of the most important tools that an lawyer can use in the dispute resolution process involving schools. When the consultant becomes an expert witness the relationship changes. This article explains how the expert educator assesses merits of a case, and provides consultation to lawyers who are working on education and school related cases.

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6/19/2013· Expert Witnessing

The New Landscape of Bullying: Criminal Prosecution, Civil Lawsuits and the Supreme Court

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

According to a new national survey, there has been a sharp drop in the percentage of America's children being physically bullied or beaten up by their peers.

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5/13/2013· Expert Witnessing

Litigation in Schools: How an Education Expert Can Benefit Your Case

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Assigning fault and responsibility in a lawsuit involving a school is rarely clear cut.

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3/25/2013· Expert Witnessing

Educators as Expert Witnesses and Consultants

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Eyewitnesses to the event may only tell what they saw, heard, felt or smelled; they are not allowed to tell what others have said (hearsay) or say what they think of the case.

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2/19/2013· Education & Schools

Creating and Maintaining Effective Schools for All Children

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

The first wave of inclusion has crashed upon the shores of our schools. Now, educators and parents are looking toward the horizon awaiting the next wave to see what it brings.

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