News and Events
COLLEGE ON THE SPECTRUM
May 31 Philly Event:
Transitioning to College
SPECTRUM SUPPORT GROUP -- 12:30PM
JOSH KERSHENBAUM and KRISTY ASRAL
LEGO GROUP in DOYLESTOWN
Attention: Lego®-based Social Skills Group starting June 2016 in Doylestown, PA
Office for Civil Rights Annual Report
The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released its fiscal year 2015 annual report highlighting efforts during the last year to protect students’ civil rights and increase educational equity nationwide
At Last! A place to play...
JOSH KERSHENBAUM & MARIA VETTER at The Quaker School at Horsham
FUNDAMENTALS of SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW & ADVOCACY - JANUARY 30, 2016, 9:30AM
JOSH KERSHENBAUM At Villanova Law School Event Friday, January 29, 2016
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT Sports, Violence and Equality: Current Issues in Title IX Compliance, Featuring Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman
COPAA Testifying January 11, 2016
FRANKEL & KERSHENBAUM, Lawyers for Kids and Families, are proud members of COPAA, the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates.
UNIVERSAL PRE-K MEETING IN PHILLY
LEARN ABOUT UNIVERSAL PRE-KINDERGARTEN IN PHILADELPHIA
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8TH, 5:30-7PM
JOSH KERSHENBAUM quoted in the press
The Legal Intelligencer quoted Josh in today's article on Special Education Law Practices.
Kristy Asral joins firm
Frankel & Kershenbaum welcomes new Advocate, Special Education Consultant, Behavior Consultant
As schools and classrooms have become more inclusive, some schools are using the co teaching model in their classrooms. Many do not know what a co taught class looks like or the benefits it provides to the students. This interesting article takes a look at the co teaching model. A must read!
Hats off to dedicated teachers who really care...
SUPER LAWYERS RISING STARS ARE HERE!
Dave Frankel & Josh Kershenbaum named SUPER LAWYERS RISING STARS 2015!
One Day More!
With this amazing kick-off to the new school year, we salute teachers everywhere!
Are you surprised?
"Straight Talk" Radio Interview
Radio interview with Dave, Josh and Maria answers so many questions about the rights of "special needs" children and how to help them reach their fullest potential.
Disturbing Video Shows Kentucky Officer Handcuff Crying Third-Grader At School
WASHINGTON -- A school resource officer in Kentucky handcuffed a crying third-grader with disabilities last year, according to a new video released by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Divorce in a Special Needs Family
The stakes are high. Understand a complicated process to make sure you truly act in your child’s best interest.
RACIAL DISPARITY IN SCHOOLS -- WE CAN HELP
This is a serious problem. Have you encountered this issue with your children? Frankel & Kershenbaum, Lawyers for Kids and Families, can help. Call 610-422-9200 or email Denise@mykidslawyer.com.
Public university out of bounds for requiring student athlete to practice...religion?
Michael D. Raffaele of Frankel & Kershenbaum and David Finger of Finger & Slanina are representing Ms. Mendieta to vindicate her First Amendment rights.
Support Michael Ross - Semi Colon Shirt
In support of our good friend, Michael Ross, who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of stage 4 colon cancer in September of 2014. Over the past few months, he has had part of his colon removed and undergone intensive chemotherapy. Michael continues to work as a physician, and to work out as an athlete regularly. While the cancer has given him pause, it has not stopped him.
PILCOP Special Education Seminar includes our very own Michael D. Raffaele
Our very own Michael D. Raffaele will be presenting at an upcoming special education and discipline seminar for PILCOP on Saturday, December 13th
Dave is the emcee for the Radnor Memorial Library "Elves for the Shelves," 5K road race
Dave is the emcee of this event to benefit the Radnor Memorial Library on Saturday Dec. 6th at 9am!
One Test Fits All?!
JOSH KERSHENBAUM Testifies before Philadelphia City Council re Standardized Testing
This Kid Was Bullied A LOT. He Could Have Told His Teacher Or His Principal But He Had Bigger Plans.
11-year-old Caine Smith was choked, beaten, harassed, and was called a long list of names simply because he had two moms and long hair. Instead of staying locked away and hiding, he stood up and did something about it.
IEP vs. 504: What's the Difference?
Check out Jennifer Nestle and Josh Kershenbaum's new article in Metrokids Magazine and learn about the important differences between 504 Plans and IEPs.