The definitive treatment of all laws impacting special education in Maine!
Maine Special Education Law has become the go-to book for school officials having anything to do with students with disabilities, as well as for colleges throughout Maine with courses on Maine special education law. Don’t make the mistake of not having this book on the shelf of every special education director and principal in your district. Used well, this book really can save your school legal fees each and every year!
Eric Herlan is the leading special education lawyer in Maine, and has brought more than 30 years of special education expertise to the significant re-write and expansion of this book. And as in the past, this book sweeps much more broadly than just special education law, also addressing student discipline, Section 504, restraint and seclusion, bullying and harassment, student non-attendance, confidentiality, and more.
Don’t rely on the first edition of Maine Special Education Law. It is now 7 years old, and this second edition has more than 150 pages of additional material, with substantial re-writes throughout!
Maine Special Education Law is still the most comprehensive book on this topic available to practitioners, and remains as readable for the layperson as the widely praised first edition. We believe you will continue to find this book a “pleasure” to read, and its comprehensive index makes it an easy research tool.
As with the first edition, this new book is comprised of common sense chapters structured around the following important topics: