Presented by: 
Deusdedi Merced, Esq.
February 11, 2020 -
11:30am - 12:45pm

A captioned recording of this webinar, along with a transcript, will be available within a few days of the broadcast.

About the webinar:  Tracking court decisions on various special education issues is not easy. For example, what’s been the impact on other courts, if any, of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Endrew F.? Are courts starting to allow parents, like school districts, to unilaterally change a student’s stay put to a "comparable” placement and, if so, what are the potential implications?  When are electronic records “maintained” so as to be deemed “educational records” under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and has technology gotten ahead of FERPA?In this webinar, Deusdedi Merced discussed how courts have addressed these and other issues with an eye towards what trends, if any, appear to be developing and their implications for the field.

Important Disclaimer: The information shared in this webinar is not intended to serve as, nor should it replace, legal advice. Opinions expressed by today’s presenter are not represented to be an official or unofficial interpretation of legal guidance from the U.S. Department of Education or CADRE. Application of information presented may be affected by your state’s statutes, regulations, departmental/local policies and practices, and unique fact-patterns of a particular case. The services of a duly-licensed attorney in your state should be sought in responding to individual situations.