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Title I Programmatic and Accountability Requirements Under ESSA What Do I Do When...® Addressing and Processing Federal EEO Complaints -- Third Edition
Price: $31.65
Price: $78.50
Introducing the quick and easy way to learn about Title I’s fundamental programmatic and accountability requirements, and the mechanisms for supporting underperforming schools. Here’s your essential problem-solving tool for handling employees’ EEO complaints — completely up to date with all the latest EEO and Supreme Court case law, EEOC guidance and revised regulations you need to know about!
(2017) 38th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Students With Mental Health Issues: What Are Schools Required to Do? (2017) 38th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 1 - Preparing for Challenging and Litigious IEP Meetings
Price: $125.00
Price: $125.00
Attorney Julie Weatherly provides an in-depth look at schools’ legal obligations when presented with a student who is displaying emotional, behavioral, social and/or academic difficulties and who, as a result, may be suspected of having mental health issues that could constitute a disability. Consultant and Special Education Director Larry Brunson walks you through steps to take before, during and after the meeting to diffuse challenging situations and ensure positive student outcomes.
(2017) 38th National Institute Post-Conference Symposium 2 - The Special Education Director’s Guide to Appropriate Use of Social Media (2017) 38th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 1 - Special Education Administrator’s Compliance Management Seminar: Guide to Legal and Practical Compliance Tools
Price: $125.00
Price: $155.00
The explosion of social media has created huge issues for pupil services staff who struggle to understand the practical and legal implications of their communications with students. Legal compliance and litigation management is an overwhelming responsibility for any special education administrator.
(2017) 38th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 2- Documenting Employee Performance and/or Misconduct (2017) 38th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 3 - Discipline and the Law: Where Are We in 2017?
Price: $155.00
Price: $155.00
Supervisors of employees who serve students with disabilities will at one time or another be required to document employee performance and alleged employee misconduct. Supervisors of employees who serve students with disabilities will at one time or another be required to document employee performance and alleged employee misconduct.
Determining Section 504 Eligibility: Establishing Criteria, Following Procedures Documenting Federal Employee Performance & Behavior — The First Step In Accountability
Price: $250.00
Price: $284.50
When navigating through eligibility criteria and requirements established by Section 504, special educators must consider various rules and details to carry out the process effectively. Properly documenting an employee’s poor performance or questionable behavior so that you can hold employees accountable presents a win/win for your agency.
Successfully Navigating Performance and Conduct Issues Under the Rehabilitation Act When the Whistle Blows in Your Agency: What You Need to Know About WPEA
Price: $284.50
Price: $284.50
Employees with disabilities should be held to the same standard of performance and conduct as all your other agency employees. The number of whistleblower cases continues to rise, and fewer reprisal cases are being dismissed.
What You Can and Should Do About Sick Leave Abuse in Your Agency (2017) 38th Annual LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities® Binder
Price: $284.50
Price: $335.00
Employees have the right to use sick leave, but when does it cross the line into being excessive? This binder contains materials from every session of the nation's largest, most comprehensive conference on special education law — the 38th National Institute held April 23 - April 26, 2017.
   
 
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