Entries by Michael Boll

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Richard Isaacs Speaks at Advocacy Roundtable Webinar | November 17, 2020 5:00 PM

Catch our own Richard Isaacs as he participates in a helpful webinar.   Overview ADVOCACY ROUNDTABLE WEBINAR: Your local school district is obligated to meet the legal requirements mandated under IDEA to provide your child with the supports and services listed in the IEP. Topics include: What can we do to prepare our kids to […]

Bullying Leads to Lawsuit in Huntington Beach, California

  An interesting article dropped in the April 08, 2019 edition of the Los Angeles Times regarding a frustrated middle school parent who felt her son was being overwhelmingly bullied in class. The parents claim the student was bullied for multiple years, isolated in the classroom, physically and verbally harassed and more. In addition, they claim […]

Davidson Learning Center Summer Institute

    For many years we have worked with Dr. Christine Davidson for her IEE reports and other services she provides families. In the past few years, Dr. Davidson has expanded her reach and now runs the Davidson Learning Center. The center provides an individualized personal education for students who benefit from a non-traditional setting. […]

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Presentation: Getting Placements Right the First Time

    In February of 2019, Richard met with families from the Riverside Community Advisory Committee to discuss their concerns. His presentation covered appropriate placements for students with additional learning needs.   Feel free to download his presentation. Interested in having someone form CSNLG present at your organization or group, drop us a note. info@csnlg.com


Sample Request for an IEE (Independent Educational Evaluation)

    At some point during your effort (sometimes fight) to receive special education services for your child, you may want to request an Independent Educational Evaluation, commonly referred to as an IEE. Parents and others often request an IEE if they disagree with the district’s evaluation. To help make that request a little easier, […]