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(2016) 37th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 3 - Bullying and Harassment of Students With Disabilities
Bullying of and by Students With Disabilities: Emerging IDEA and Section 504 Issues
Bullying of students with disabilities continues to create academic, social, emotional and legal problems in our schools.
Bullying of and by students with disabilities has become an increasing subject of litigation against schools.
Handling Complex Special Education Discipline Situations: A Framework for Decision Making
Manifestation Determinations: The Why, When and How of Compliant Reviews
Student discipline is one of the most challenging tasks that school administrators must carry out.
The IDEA discipline rules continue to complicate manifestation determinations.
Roles and Responsibilities for BCBAs in Schools: When They’re Needed, How to Use Them
The Legal Consequences of Involving Law Enforcement for Students with Disabilities
Now that insurance companies have agreed to pay for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) provided by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), demand for these services will only continue to grow — and school leaders must get ahead of this issue and be proactive in addressing parent concerns.
Carrying the responsibility of safeguarding everyone in the school environment, school officials sometimes may find it necessary to contact police to deal with a student’s serious misbehavior.
Threat Assessment: Identifying Warning Signs and Integrating Solutions With Special Education
Truancy and Students With Disabilities: Understanding Districts’ Obligations From Child Find to the IEP
Special education staff are ideally situated to play a critical role in developing threat assessment systems, as situations of concern often involve students within the special education system or who are in need of individualized support.
When a student exhibits significant nonattendance issues, you must determine if the student should be referred for an evaluation and the possible need for special education.
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