Non-Public Institution Approval and Rate Setting


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Non-Public Institution Approval and Rate Setting

There is a lengthy and complex process for starting up a new private special education school and becoming approved by the Illinois State Board of Education. WTH can offer you the proper guidance and counsel during this procedure, which is needed to prevent future fiscal and programmatic quandaries.

The attorneys at WTH have represented a number of current non-public facilities in and around the greater Chicago area, Cook County, Lake County, DuPage County, and other collar counties, and throughout northern Illinois during this application process. Our staff has been trained by former ISBE personnel on the minutia involved in the proper documentation necessary for guaranteed approval, and we have detailed knowledge of the statute and regulations governing the Illinois Purchased Care Review Board to help you secure suitable rates for your tuition and/or room and board costs.

Please contact us through this Web site or by calling 847-564-8662 for help with the ISBE-approval process.

The law firm of Whitted, Takiff + Hansen serves clients in Northbrook and throughout northern Illinois, in communities such as Chicago, Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Waukegan, Woodstock, Belvidere, Geneva, Wheaton, Yorkville, Joliet, Skokie, Glenview, Highland Park, Buffalo Grove, and Evanston. Whitted Cleary & Takiff also has served clients from out of state, including Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

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