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York County Education Law Attorney

York County Education Law Attorney

Education Law Attorney in Pennsylvania

Children in the United States are privileged to have access to public education, as well as specific services to help them succeed in school. Anderson, Converse & Fennick understands that children throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are often faced with challenges during their educational career, whether it be in terms of special education or issues regarding their rights. We are committed to ensuring that all students are receiving the education they deserve and are treated in accordance with state and federal law. If you are concerned about your children’s’ access to special education or believe that their rights have been violated, it is important to speak to an attorney. Anderson, Converse & Fennick is proud to represent parents and students across York County. Contact our firm today.

Special Education Representation

If your child has a physical or intellectual disability, he or she may need some additional services to help them succeed. You may have to request that the school evaluate your child and develop a plan to provide individualized services.

You may wish to consult with Anderson, Converse & Fennick regarding special education issues like these:

Students’ Rights Representation

Students who live in Pennsylvania are entitled to the protection of their civil and educational rights. If your child is discriminated against, bullied, or abused on school grounds, he or she is entitled to protection. If your child faces disciplinary actions, you may need to assess what led to these actions and having representation is a good first step in protecting your child’s rights. Our firm has experience with education issues such as the following:

Contact Our Firm

If you are concerned that your child’s rights are being violated by a school district, it may be necessary to speak with an experienced legal team that can protect those rights. We understand the value of education and the importance of it being extended to all children, regardless of their needs. Contact Anderson, Converse & Fennick today for quality legal guidance.

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