This program is available to any parent of a child who attends public school in New Jersey, without regard to income.
According to the PARCC website, the “Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) is a group of states working together to develop a set of assessments that measure whether students are on track to be successful in college and their careers.” Most notably, this group has created a standardized test (the “PARCC”), currently administered by every public school district in the state of New Jersey.
Many parents do not want their children to be subjected to the PARCC. If you have informed your school district that you do not wish for your child to take the PARCC, and the district has responded uncooperatively, Innisfree will seek to identify an attorney who will (without charge) communicate with your district, to put its representatives on notice that it is violation of the law (if this is the case, in the professional judgment of the attorney). These are limited engagements, and will be governed by an engagement agreement (which specifies that legal services are to be provided for no charge) that will limit the substantive scope of the representation.