Barbara Case is the Director of the Compliance and Assistance Division, which monitors the implementation of many federal and state laws that assure equal access to education for students with disabilities. The division oversees the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 of the rehabilitation Act and the Maltreatment of Minors Act, among other laws. The division uses a combination of on-site monitoring, training, technical assistance and complaint investigation in the fulfillment of its responsibilities. The division is also responsible for agency-wide rulemaking, expulsion decisions and data practices and mediation, among other tasks.
Ms. Case graduated from the University of Minnesota law school. She practiced law with Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid and the Minnesota Disability Law Center before joining the Department as a special education complaint investigator.
Regional Leadership Summits Filling Up Fast!
Aligning systems, through postsecondary partnerships, for student success. You are invited to assemble a secondary or postsecondary team to deepen our common understandings of newly-enacted legislation and to explore opportunities for new or expanded partnerships between our E-12 and postsecondary systems that will better prepare our continuum of learners to be career and college-ready. Spots still available in Brainerd and Rochester! An additional summit is being hosted in Marshall on Jan. 15th. Register by Jan. 10. If you registered for Rochester summit and want to switch to Marshall location, contact Jessica Espinosa.