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Wyoming Special Education Law

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Wyoming Special Education Law

Workshop Description/Agenda

Comply With the Latest Special Education Laws to Avoid Liability

With increasing numbers of students qualifying for special education services, professionals working with special needs children know that an understanding of special education law is crucial. You need to know the law in order to deal with complex questions that arise on a regular basis. Who pays when a special needs child is placed in private schooling at the parents' election? How can a school create the least restrictive environment and promote inclusion to the best interests of all students? It can be costly if you don't know. Register today!

  • Strengthen your knowledge of how recent special education legislation affects school policies and operation.
  • Learn what to do and what not to do in 504 plans.
  • Evaluate the legal protection offered by the Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • Successfully handle disciplinary actions for students with disabilities.
  • Explore the role of manifestation determination reviewing the legality of disciplinary actions.
  • Understand the rights of special needs students so you can avoid inadvertent illegal actions that may lead to a lawsuit.

Agenda

  1. ESTABLISHING THE FRAMEWORK OF SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW
    9:00 - 10:00, Kari Moneyhun
    1. Overview of Laws That Govern Special Education
    2. Summary of Recent Developments in Special Education Law
    3. Relevant Case Law
  2. SECTION 504 PLAN DOCUMENTATION: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
    10:00 - 11:00, Kari Moneyhun
    1. Review of Section 504
    2. Determining When an Evaluation is Necessary
    3. Information Required to Document a Disability
    4. Americans With Disabilities Act and 504 Plan Eligibility
    5. Proper Notice of Evaluation and Placement
    6. 504 Plan Do's and Don'ts: With Examples
  3. UNRAVELING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT (IDEA)
    11:15 - 12:30, Professor Tiffany L. Hunt
    1. What are Early Intervention Programs?
    2. Defining State and Local Eligibility for Services
    3. Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
    4. Conducting Evaluations and Re-Evaluations of Students with Special Needs
    5. The Role of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and the IEP Team
    6. Availability of Personnel Who Know How to Meet the Needs of Disabled Students
    7. Specific Issues About Exceptional Needs Children Enrolled in Private Schools
    8. How, When, and Why Reauthorization Occurs
  4. SUCCESSFULLY HANDLING DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS
    1:30 - 2:30, Dr. Jacque Phillips
    1. Providing Services During Disciplinary Removal
    2. Defining Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs)
    3. What are Behavioral Intervention Plans?
    4. How Manifestation Determination Reviews Apply
    5. Protections for Children Not Yet Eligible for Special Education and Related Services
    6. Changes in Placement
      1. Suspensions and the Ten-Day Rule
      2. Legal Rules Governing Removal or Expulsion
      3. Interim Alternative Educational Settings
    7. Other Available Remedies
    8. "Stay Put" Placement During Pendency of Due Process
    9. Expedited Due Process Hearings
  5. ENSURING SUCCESSFUL DUE PROCESS PROCEDURES
    2:45 - 3:30, Professor Tiffany L. Hunt
    1. Actions to Take Upon Receipt of Request for Impartial Hearing
    2. Complying With Notice Requirements
    3. Examining Essential Timing Issues
    4. Providing for the Option of Mediation
    5. How to Prepare for a Due Process Hearing
    6. Crucial Elements in an Impartial Due Process Hearing
    7. When De Novo Reviews Apply
    8. Effective Ways to Avoid Due Process Litigation
  6. PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
    3:30 - 4:30, Professor Tiffany L. Hunt
    1. Promoting Parent Awareness of Legal Rights and Recourse for Their Child
    2. Understanding Placement Issues
      1. Least Restrictive Environment and Inclusion
      2. Requirements for Unilateral Placements by Parents Seeking Public Payment
      3. Compensatory Education
    3. Preventing Disability Bullying and Harassment in the Schools
    4. Protecting Confidentiality of Information
    5. Special Education Damages Liability (Including Section 1983 Liability)
    6. Using the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) to Ensure Compliance

Who Should Attend

This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed specifically for professionals who work with children with special needs in a school setting. Those who should attend include:

  • School Administrators
  • Su

Additional Information

Training Provider: NBI, Inc.

Course Topics: Law Training > School Law

Training Course Summary: Wyoming Special Education Law


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Live Seminar Dates/Locations

MAY 3    IN CHEYENNE, WY