Printed material from the Symposium presented by Diana Browning Wright, Educational/Behavioral Consultant
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. Materials highlight when there is and is not a need for other agency involvement, law enforcement, function-based and emotion-based solutions, and documentation. Learn effective responses to students who threaten harm and the difference between transient and substantive threats — so you gain a better understanding of key issues to consider in the safety inquiry and the assessment process.
Symposium 1B was held April 26, 2015 in Denver, Colo., in conjunction with the 36th National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities® (April 26 - 29, 2015).