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Shortened School Day: Avoiding Discriminatory Practices That Jeopardize FAPE

Price: $250.00


Presented by Nicole D. Snyder, Esq.

When it comes to educating students with disabilities, the use of shortened school days is often considered – especially for students who have severe medical needs, exhibit behavioral problems, or experience transportation delays.

Get expert guidance from attorney Nicole Snyder to help you respond to requests for shortened school days from staff, parents, doctors and others. Referencing recent court and administrative decisions, Nicole explains how missteps in providing shortened days can lead to costly FAPE claims against your district. She also provides tips to help you design policies and procedures that meet student needs and comply with current legal requirements.

You and your staff learn how to:

  • Determine when it’s appropriate to shorten the school day for students with disabilities
  • Consider scheduling issues while developing schoolwide policies and implementing IEPs and 504 plans
  • Accommodate students’ needs without sacrificing full-day instruction
  • Avoid taking actions that expose your district to liability
  • And more

(2014. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.022614. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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