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(2012) 18th Annual Special Education School Attorneys Conference (2013) 19th Annual Special Education School Attorneys Conference
Price: $175.00
Price: $175.00
Get presenters’ material from the conference sessions. Get presenters’ material from the conference sessions.
(2014) 20th Annual LRP's Special Education School Attorneys Conference (2015) 21st Annual LRP's Special Education School Attorneys Conference
Price: $175.00
Price: $185.00
Get presenters’ material from the conference sessions. Get presenters’ material from the conference sessions.
(2015) 36th Annual LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities® Binder (2015) 36th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 1 -The Discipline Dirty Dozen: Most Common Mistakes Districts Make and How to Avoid Them
Price: $315.00
Price: $105.00
Gain fingertip access to printed materials from every session of the nation's largest, most comprehensive conference on special education law! Discipline of students with disabilities is a consistently contentious and often complex area of IDEA and Section 504 law — one where it is all too easy for school districts to make costly missteps.
(2015) 36th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 2 - Special Ed Staff Development in a World of RTI, CCSS, PARCC and Other Acronyms (2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 1 - Assessing the Threat: School Safety and the Special Education Student (2 Pamphlets; part A & B)
Price: $105.00
Price: $180.00
States now emphasize a variety of instructional initiatives as schools face ever-increasing pressure to improve student outcomes. Get guidance on the legal issues involved when students with disabilities pose a safety threat – and best practices to respond.
(2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 1A - Assessing the Threat: School Safety and the Special Education Student – Legal Considerations (2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 1B - Assessing the Threat: School Safety and the Special Education Student – Best Practices
Price: $105.00
Price: $105.00
In light of past tragedies and recent legislation, “threat assessment” has become a recommended practice to facilitate early identification of and intervention for a range of safety concerns in educational settings, including special education. Learn the best methods of conducting a threat assessment and why simply determining whether a threat was made and disciplining the student does not provide the scrutiny required.
(2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 2 - Section 504: The Big Picture (2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 3 - IEP Boot Camp: 10 Critical Strategies for Building and Executing Better IEPs
Price: $145.00
Price: $145.00
A must for anyone wanting to understand Section 504! These materials provide an overview of Section 504 and a complete picture of the Section 504 FAPE process, from child find and eligibility, to creation of the Section 504 plan. Creating and implementing high-quality IEPs can be a daunting process with a lot of moving parts, from collecting relevant data to managing meetings to aligning IEPs with state standards.
(2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Serving the Needs of Students With High-Functioning Autism: Best Practices and Defensible Programs (2016) 37th Annual LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities® Binder
Price: $145.00
Price: $325.00
Serving the needs of students with high-functioning autism can be challenging and sometimes contentious. Gain fingertip access to printed materials from every session of the nation's largest, most comprehensive conference on special education law! You get materials from more than 25 sessions — giving you experts’ guidance on service animals in schools, Section 504, transgender students and more  — all in one complete binder!
(2016) 37th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 1 -Section 504: Critical Compliance Issues and Updates (2016) 37th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 2 - IDEA Discipline From the Ground Up
Price: $125.00
Price: $125.00
Get an in-depth review of Section 504 requirements and case law trends, plus an attorney’s practical tips for improving your district’s Section 504 procedures. Alternative placements, in-school suspensions, manifestation determinations, short-term removals — these situations can be factually and procedurally complicated and time-sensitive, and they can present numerous opportunities for missteps by even the most experienced staff.
(2016) 37th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 1 - New Special Education Administrator Boot Camp — Legal and Practical Survival Guide (2016) 37th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 2- Preparing Students With Disabilities for Successful Postsecondary Transition
Price: $155.00
Price: $155.00
An experienced administrator takes you through the key components of a variety of programs and how to conduct a gap analysis in order to offer defensible services in your district. Get solutions to your most common questions and challenges in preparing students with disabilities for postsecondary school, including What does it mean to be college-ready? and How can school staff prepare students with disabilities to enter and succeed in today’s workforce?
(2016) 37th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 3 - Bullying and Harassment of Students With Disabilities (2016) 37th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Increasing Post-High School Employment for Students With Autism: The Social Skills That Managers Seek and How to Teach Them
Price: $155.00
Price: $125.00
Bullying of students with disabilities continues to create academic, social, emotional and legal problems in our schools. Schools must assume an increasing role in preparing students with Autism Spectrum Disorders for a variety of work settings.
   
 
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