STANDING UP FOR STUDENTS' RIGHTS


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STANDING UP FOR STUDENTS' RIGHTS


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What We Do

Special Education Rights

We represent parents and students in addressing all aspects of special education in schools and protecting the educational rights of children and young adults.

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Civil Rights & Discrimination

We represent students to ensure that schools comply with their civil rights and that schools do not discriminate against children and young adults based on their race, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation or other protected category.

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Bullying & Harassment

We take the necessary steps to help end the bullying a student faces in school and to hold the school responsible for damages when warranted.

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Physical & Sexual Abuse

We take the necessary action to protect the child’s rights and to recover compensation which will help the child and the family. We provide support to the family throughout the process.

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Special Needs Trust Planning

We provide the necessary analysis, estate planning and trust administration to protect and provide for the child or young adult.

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OUR TEAM & EXPERIENCE

We are a full-service law firm based in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, serving our clients in the practice areas of education, wills and estate and business law, as well as a litigation practice which features a team of highly experienced trial lawyers with a proven track record of success. Our firm has over six decades of experience in handling education law issues.

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Our Results

Our results and testimonials

"From the moment I first contacted Timoney Knox, it was clear Scott and his staff had a significant amount of experience and extensive knowledge about legal and educational areas involved in my son’s special needs and his education. I was really impressed with their professionalism and they listened to our concerns and goals and were responsive."
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When Performing IEP Progress Monitoring: Part THREE

When Performing IEP Progress Monitoring: Part THREE

This is the third article in a series regarding student educational progress. By regulation, your child should be making progress in the general education curriculum based on state standards. You have the right to expect your child’s teacher to provide adequate information in the IEP to show that this is happening and at what rate.

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CONTACT US

Give us a call with any questions about our services or for a free initial consultation, or you can fill out the online form below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

215.540.2656 .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

ADDRESS
400 Maryland Drive
Fort Washington, PA 19034