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Drawn to those fields because of her own struggle with learning disabilities as a child, after graduating from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, Ms. Hertog earned a degree in special education from Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York and a law degree from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles. Teaching children with a variety of special needs led Ms. Hertog to enroll in law school and become a child advocate. She’s licensed to practice law in California, Florida and New York.
She’s represented hundreds of parents and successfully litigated against school districts in administrative and federal court. And Ms. Hertog has a national practice getting test accommodations for high achievers with disabilities.
Ms. Fisch has a clear understanding of the IEP process and is able to guide families through all aspects of the IEP process, including: intervention, eligibility, services, accommodations, goals, disagreements, and progress monitoring. Her experience as an award winning educator ensures her ability to engage as a crucial member of the IEP team, articulated services needed and collaborating to address issues which may arise. She has professional experience identifying and implementing supports in behavior assessment and management, reading intervention, data collection, curriculum development, staff development, and differentiation.
On top of her passion supporting children with disabilities and ensuring they are granted the supports and services they are entitled, Ms. Fisch is a passionate educator, providing workshops, networking, and serving as a guest speaker to share tools to help all members of the IEP team find their voice and ability to successfully advocate throughout all components of the IEP process.
Ms. Fisch owns Fisch Educational Support, LLC and is a member of the Counsel for Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA). She regularly takes part in professional development opportunities, staying up-to-date on best educational practices, advocacy development, and policy.
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