New York’s State Education Department recently advised that school districts provide special education services to some students with disabilities through age 22: an additional year that will likely impact district budgets.
Harris Beach attorneys Jeffrey J. Weiss and Anne M. McGinnis, members of the firm’s K-12 Education Industry Team, recently joined a New York State School Boards Association’s podcast to discuss the advisory and its implications for school districts.
The Special Education Students Aging Out of the System – Changes in Eligibility Criteria episode focused on specifically the rules for determining when a student with a disability has aged out of the eligibility criteria.
Harris Beach’s Education attorneys continue to track important education issues throughout New York State. If you have questions about this subject or related education matters, please contact attorney Anne M. McGinnis at (585) 419-8613 and email@example.com; attorney Jeffrey J. Weiss at (716) 200-5141 and firstname.lastname@example.org; or the Harris Beach attorney with whom you usually work.