COVID and the Courts: Access to Justice During a Pandemic

By: Samira Elhosary A year into the coronavirus pandemic in the US, both state and federal courts are struggling to deal with health protocols. Social distancing and crowd guidelines mean that some courthouses are unable to operate as they used to, while concern for their employees’ health have had others making huge changes. Some actions […]

Calculating Compensatory Education: Will Kids Ever Catch Up?

By: Ana Saragoza On March 16, 2020, the United States Department of Education (“ED”) issued boilerplate policy guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, stating briefly that the Individualized Education Program (“IEP”) Team, in addition to the personnel responsible for providing a free appropriate public education (“FAPE”) to a student under Section 504, would be […]