Major Flaws Found in Inquiry that Led to Suspension of Public School Therapist

The New York Times

Major Flaws Found in Inquiry that Led to Suspension of Public School Therapist

Cahill prevailed for pro bono client Debra Fisher, a public school occupational therapist, who was unlawfully suspended after helping a student with cerebral palsy create a school-approved Kickstarter campaign. After an independent inquiry found the New York Department of Education’s investigation flawed, the Department of Education rescinded Ms. Fisher’s suspension and announced it was overhauling the investigative arm of its disciplinary branch and systematically changing the procedures that produced the flawed charges against Ms. Fisher.