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New Brunswick Special Education Attorney

About New Brunswick School District

New Brunswick is in Middlesex County, NJ. Approximately 10,000 students attend the fourteen schools, of whom approximately 1500 are classified as special needs. Approximately 145 special needs students are sent out-of-district, as the district has incorporated many out-of-district offerings within the public schools’ curricula. 

The annual budget is approximately $216 million, of which the local taxpayers raise approximately $19 million. Approximately $20 million is for Special Education . Per pupil cost is approximately $18,000 annually. 

As in most public school districts in New Jersey, Special Education represents a significant portion of the district’s costs and responsibilities. Consequently, the districts face significant fiscal restraints when dealing soaring costs. It is important that parents of special needs students be fully represented by a knowledgeable Special Education Attorney or Educational Advocate from a child’s initial Individualized Education Program (IEP) through to the student’ s graduation or de-classification. The laws dictating his/her education are complicated and could be very costly to both the parent and the school district. No one knows your child better than you. That knowledge and insight must be communicated so that the student receives the education he/she deserves and is required by law to receive. 

New Brunswick Special Education Legal Services

At Susan Clark Law Group, we provide guidance and representation every step of the way to ensure a thorough and efficient, free education for your son or daughter. Further, we provide a free consultation before you sign with us so that you will know what to expect in your communications with the school district. We know and have experience in dealing with the New Brunswick schools. They are dedicated educators dealing with constraining budgets and trying to provide the best education for their students. However, the laws require that your child be provided with a unique educational program dictated by his/her Individualized Education Program (IEP). At Susan Clark Law Group, we will work on your child’s behalf that he or she receives all to which they are entitled. At our website,, you can view all of our blogs dealing with special education law and practices, and how they may pertain to your child. Many things can be done by yourself. However, make certain that you understand every issue and the idiosyncrasies and legal ramifications of each. Several law firms, such as The Susan Clark Law Group offer free suggestions which you can pursue yourself or with an educational advocate. It is ultimately your decision how you wish to proceed to best serve the needs of your child. Listed at the bottom of this articles are areas with which we deal on a common basis. 

Schools in the New Brunswick School District

For your convenience, the contact information for the district’s schools and the Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services are: 

Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services

Kathy D. Antoine-Smith 732-745-5300 ext 3501 

Adult Learning Center 732-745-5300 ext 4100 

Health and Technology High School 732-745-5300 ext 4061 

Lincoln Elementary School 732-745-5300 ext 6000 

Livingston Elementary School 732-745-5300 ext 6500 

Lord Stirling Community School 732-745-5300 ext 6750 

McKinley Community School 732-745-5300 ext 7000 

New Brunswick Academy for the Gifted and Talented at Lincoln Annex School 732-745-5300 

New Brunswick High School 732-745-5300 ext 3000 

New Brunswick Middle School 732-745-5300 ext 8400 

P-TECH 732-745-5300  

Paul Robeson Community School for the Arts 732-745-5300

Redshaw Elementary School 732-745-5300 ext 7500 

Roosevelt Elementary School 732-745-5300 ext 5395  

Woodrow Wilson Elementary School 732-745-5300 ext 8000 

Special Education Attorneys in New Brunswick

One of the most important parts of a special needs child’s education is in the creation and monitoring of the Individualized Education Program (IEP). The development of this document requires time, patience, evaluation, monitoring, and future planning. Strict time-lines are set. Medical and Educational evaluations must be studies to ascertain where the child is academically, medically, emotionally, and socially. When this is known, it must be determined where he/she should be in those areas. At that point, it is incumbent upon the child study team (of which you, the parent, is/are members) to develop the measurable goals and objectives to get to where he/she should be. 

At Susan Clark Law Group, we have been involved in numerous cases that deal with various areas of special education needs, including: 

IEP’s examination, development, and follow-through, Out-of-district placements, Mediation, Due process petitions, School long-term suspensions and expulsions, Harassment, bullying, and intimidation, 504 Plans, Guardianship of children with special needs.

Visit us and see if we are a good fit for your child’s needs. 

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