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(2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 2 - Section 504: The Big Picture (2016) 37th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 1 -Section 504: Critical Compliance Issues and Updates
Price: 145.00
Price: 125.00
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. 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.
Bullying of and by Students With Disabilities: Emerging IDEA and Section 504 Issues Creating Compliant Section 504 Plans for Students With Severe Food Allergies, Diabetes and Other Medical Conditions
Price: 250.00
Price: 250.00
Bullying of and by students with disabilities has become an increasing subject of litigation against schools. As the prevalence of children with allergies, chronic health conditions and special health care needs rises, so do the legal and practical challenges you and your staff face when meeting students’ needs at school and school-related activities.
Demystifying OCR: Strategies for Responding to Investigations IDEA and Stay-put: Meeting Your Legal Obligations
Price: 250.00
Price: 250.00
Office for Civil Rights (OCR) investigations can be resource-intensive, complicated and unpredictable. Get an insider’s view of the process straight from a former OCR enforcement attorney! Gain an expert’s guidance as veteran school attorney Isabel Machado explains the legal and practical implications of recent judicial and administrative decisions involving the IDEA’s stay-put mandate.
Using Evaluation Data to Create Comprehensive, Compliant 504 Plans Your Changing Section 504 Obligations ADHD Guidance and New ADA Regulations
Price: 250.00
Price: 250.00
What constitutes an appropriate evaluation under Section 504? What medical or other information do we need to collect? How do we weigh medical recommendations from a child's physician? Veteran school law attorney and 504 trainer Dave Richards answers these questions and more, starting with a thorough review of the Section 504 evaluation process.
Two big events in 2016 affect the decisions you make regarding Section 504 eligibility and services for your students: OCR’s Dear Colleague Letter from July concerning ADHD, and new ADA Title II regulations that took effect in October.
   
 
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