Schools are a vital part of every community, and Hoover Six & Associates is committed to providing quality legal representation to Ohio schools in the areas of property valuation proceedings and special education.
During her twenty years of practice in the area of school law, Beth Taylor has represented many Ohio school districts in property valuation proceedings before county boards of revision, the Ohio State Board of Tax Appeals, and Ohio courts. Additionally, Beth is available to assist school districts in reviewing the tax status of school-owned property, and will also assist them in seeking exempt status for those properties.
Dianne Curtis spent seventeen years in social services and education advocating for the best interests of children with unique needs. Formerly the Manager of Advocacy and Compliance with the Cleveland Municipal School District, Dianne has a wealth of experience in the area of special education. Dianne assists school districts in matters that may arise under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA/IDEIA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504), the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and other pertinent federal laws.
Additionally, Hoover Six & Associates, L.L.C. believes that when districts are empowered with the right tools, services to children improve and exposure to litigation decreases. To that end, Beth and Dianne provide school districts with ongoing professional development tailored to meet the individual needs of each district through regular in-services and educational seminars.