Facebook Group at 300 Members

The Facebook special education law group now has over 300 members. I am amazed at how quickly the group is growing. It is an interesting place where all kinds of people who are interested in special education law meet and discuss topics of common interest. It is a good mix of stakeholders, parents, lawyers, teachers,
mediators, hearing officers, related service providers, students of special education, school district officials, advocacy group representatives, students of law, state staff, professors of law and education, consultants and advocates, and others who care about children with disabilities. Please join us if you are interested in this ever-changing and fascinating field of law. You can visit the group here.

The number of subscribers to this blog is also growing rapidly. Subscriptions are free and you can get them on the lefthand side of the blog. Thank you and please keep subscribing. There is power in numbers in the blogosphere, and I appreciate your support.

The other special education law groups are also pretty active. These groups include the Ning Group and the Twitter Group. If you utilize these tools, please join us there as well. You can also follow my tweets on Twitter or on the lefthand side of the blog. I'm still learning about these technological marvels, but I hope I never stop learning!

The poll on the left hand side of the blog continues to receive votes. The question is: how would you vote on the case now before the Supreme Court. For the parents has jumped out to a 22 to 15 lead. Who are these folks who are recusing themselves? Remember to vote so that your voice will be heard.