Jera Pieper, Director
Franklin/Jefferson Special Education District


Administrator Academy 593: Identification and Provision of Service to
the Special Education Student


Date:     October 25, 2018
Location:   Benton Civic Center 
    414 West Hudelson Street 
    Benton, IL 62812
Time:    Registration 8:00 a.m. 
    Program begins at 9:00 a.m. 
    Program concludes at 3:30 p.m. 
    Lunch is provided. 
Fee:    $50 Includes Lunch and Materials
    This Academy is not Covered by Curriculum Cooperative Membership
Presenter:    Brandon Wright of Miller, Tracy, Bruan, Funk and Miller

It is time to enjoy a fresh take on special education law! This academy will guide you through the major topics in special education law, focusing on those issues that are new, those issues that are prevalent, and those that never-get-old. We know our basic obligations to students with disabilities - but let's take a deeper look and see how those issues are developing in practice. 

With a practical and fresh approach, this course will use real-life discussions about matters including eligibility and evaluation, procedural compliance, discipline, and Section 504. This academy is a must for special education administrators, principals, and superintendents - particularly as special education becomes an increasing area of liability for school districts. By using case law from around the U.S., filtered through the lens of an experienced special education attorney, you will walk away with a renewed clarity about your legal obligations - and the confidence to keep focused on ensuring your district's actions are legal, efficient, and effective! 

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