There are many children throughout the United States who suffer from ongoing disabilities. Whether a disability is a physical infirmity such as paraplegia or a cognitive or learning disability such as attention deficit, it is important that accommodations are made to facilitate every student’s needs in class. There are many cases of students with disabilities being the target of school discipline due to real or perceived behavioral issues. It is important that you retain assistance to address this issue and work to defend your child against suspension or expulsion from school as well as discrimination.
It is important that you work to show that your child has a disability and that this disability should be taken into consideration if they are facing expulsion or suspension. Issues like bad behavior in class can often result in serious penalties; however, with the understanding that your child has a disability, there are plans and programs that can be utilized to improve a student’s behavior and to make the situation better. It is also important that you have skilled representation on your side that can work to help you achieve your goals and desires in this situation. A student rights attorney from our firm can help you and your child’s educators better understand how to work together for the sake of your child.