Making School Work, PL Files Federal Complaint on Behalf of Students with LD and ADHD

Three students, who are triplets suffering from attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities (LD), have filed suit against Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) claiming school officials at the Marine Academy Continue Reading →

Finally, Some Good News for Gifted and Disabled!

One of the most challenging and infuriating areas in which I practice is advocating for the gifted and disabled (called “twice exceptional”) these days.  I feel particularly passionately about these Continue Reading →

Congress Comes to the Rescue of Learning Disabled Students: Now Easier to Get a 504 Plan

In the past, as many of you know, it has been extremely difficult for a learning disabled student who has performed well in school by compensating for his or her Continue Reading →

Accommodations for Entrance Exams. . .

Getting accommodations from the College Board (which administers the SAT, AP exams and others) or from any other standardized testing or professional licensing boards, is even more difficult, and is Continue Reading →