Many students struggle with academics – but students with disabilities may face more challenges and barriers than others, which can be compounded if their school is unable or unwilling to provide reasonable accommodations to help them succeed. In Wisconsin, students and parents of students with disabilities need to remember first and foremost that they are not alone, and the law is on their side. In fact, national data shows that one in five students at colleges and universities is disabled. If your Wisconsin school has failed to acknowledge and provide reasonable accommodations for your disability, they may be in violation of state and federal laws.
In times like these, you need someone on your side who knows disability laws, rules, and regulations inside and out – as well as how to navigate legal and educational systems and fight for your rights. National attorney-advisor Joseph D. Lento and the Student Defense Team at the Lento Law Firm can help you in your plight to gain the accommodations you need and deserve at your Wisconsin school. Our skilled and knowledgeable team works with students and their families at any level of education or any type of program. Contact the Lento Law Firm today and read on for more information that may help you on this journey.
Disability Accommodations in Wisconsin
When pursuing an education at any level, students with disabilities deserve access to the same opportunities as anyone else. At the Lento Law Firm, we wholeheartedly believe and will fight for educational equity for disabled students and their families – and we have the law on our side. Schools in Wisconsin are required to recognize the