Sunday, April 16, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM


Sunday, April 16, 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM


Sunday, April 16, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Session Number: PRE 2A
With new OCR guidance, anticipated new 504 regulations, and what seems to be a steady push for an increase in students served through Section 504 plans, perhaps instead of via... Read More
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  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Session Number: PRE 3
IEP goals and objectives are the basis for providing FAPE. They must be measurable and appropriately ambitious in light of a student's unique circumstances. That's why writing appropriate, legally defensible... Read More
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  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)

Sunday, April 16, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Session Number: PRE 1
One of the most common challenges for educators is behavior management in the classroom. Whether you are a new or seasoned educator, Dr. Joseph Ryan will introduce you to a host of valuable evidence-based behavioral interventions designed to promote prosocial behaviors and decrease maladaptive behaviors with even the most challenging... Read More
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  • Full-Day Workshop (6 hours)
  • Full-Day Workshop (6 hours)

Sunday, April 16, 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

  • Session Number: PRE 2B
Join Attorney Geneva Jones for one of the most comprehensive examinations of the IDEA available. Referencing the law, landmark special education decisions, and real-world examples, Geneva will lay the groundwork... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Session Number: PRE 4
Louisiana Attorney Wayne T. Stewart will provide updates on new legislation, trends, and important decisions impacting school districts in this session tailored just for Louisiana public school administrators, coordinators, school... Read More
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  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Session Number: PRE 5
Dyslexia—the most common learning disability—remains one of the hottest topics in special education. Through an examination of the law, the latest guidance, and selected recent case decisions, Attorney Jan Tomsky... Read More
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  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
  • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)

Monday, April 17, 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM


Monday, April 17, 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM


Monday, April 17, 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

  • Session Number: G1
"Yeah, we're happy, free, confused and lonely at the same time." Like an episode of the Simpsons, Taylor Swift had 2022 pegged long before it came to be. For those who track the newest special education cases like the latest pop hits moving up the chart, 2022 was a tough... Read More
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  • General Session
  • General Session

Monday, April 17, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM


Monday, April 17, 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Session Number: A1
Are staffing shortages, lack of quality vendors, and service disruptions becoming the norm in your district? Districts are facing more problems in delivering services to students with disabilities than ever... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: A2
It's no secret that the COVID pandemic has had far reaching consequences, including an exponentially higher divorce rate among parents with school age children. When parents are at war, it... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B1
Behavioral issues, social-emotional issues, and trauma are all too common in school districts. While the IDEA requires schools to implement positive behavior interventions, supports, and strategies to address student behavior... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I1
Schools had a difficult time meeting their child find obligations with respect to students with mental health concerns before the pandemic. Now, they must also consider how the pandemic’s impact... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I2
Special educators know that a frequent flier complaint from parents is that their child's IEP is not properly implemented. But, writing an IEP and ensuring proper implementation doesn't have to... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I3
The IDEA requires districts to ensure that a continuum of alternative placements is available to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This obligation poses significant challenges for IEP teams... Read More
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Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I4
The IDEA aims for students with disabilities to develop skills and become independent. But, providing FAPE sometimes means assigning a one-to-one aide to assist the student. How do districts ensure... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: S1
The Section 504 regulations have remained virtually the same since their release 45 years ago. But new regulations are coming! Now is the time to get a handle on the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: U1
Did you know that Special Ed Connection is full of activities, charts, and tools that you can use to guide and train your staff? We know your time is valuable... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Monday, April 17, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


Monday, April 17, 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

  • Session Number: A1-R
Are staffing shortages, lack of quality vendors, and service disruptions becoming the norm in your district? Districts are facing more problems in delivering services to students with disabilities than ever... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: A2-R
It's no secret that the COVID pandemic has had far reaching consequences, including an exponentially higher divorce rate among parents with school age children. When parents are at war, it... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B1-R
Behavioral issues, social-emotional issues, and trauma are all too common in school districts. While the IDEA requires schools to implement positive behavior interventions, supports, and strategies to address student behavior... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I1-R
Schools had a difficult time meeting their child find obligations with respect to students with mental health concerns before the pandemic. Now, they must also consider how the pandemic’s impact... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I2-R
Special educators know that a frequent flier complaint from parents is that their child's IEP is not properly implemented. But, writing an IEP and ensuring proper implementation doesn't have to... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I3-R
The IDEA requires districts to ensure that a continuum of alternative placements is available to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This obligation poses significant challenges for IEP teams... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: S1-R
The Section 504 regulations have remained virtually the same since their release 45 years ago. But new regulations are coming! Now is the time to get a handle on the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: S2
While the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders, DSM-5-TR, is recognized as a standard reference for clinical mental health providers, it also has many implications for educators and... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: U2
Here’s your chance to learn the most indispensable tips, tools, and shortcuts you can use on Special Ed Connection!  From Roundups to The Dictionary to Smart Starts… make sure you’re... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Monday, April 17, 2:45 PM - 3:15 PM


Monday, April 17, 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

  • Session Number: G2
Best-selling author, award-winning speaker, and NCAA Division One Hall of Fame Athlete Roger Crawford has spent a lifetime motivating, inspiring, and elevating the performance of leaders. As someone who overcame physical adversity, he has the innate ability to help people far outperform the level of success they believe is possible... Read More
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  • General Session
  • General Session

Monday, April 17, 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM


Tuesday, April 18, 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM


Tuesday, April 18, 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM


Tuesday, April 18, 7:30 AM - 4:15 PM


Tuesday, April 18, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

  • Session Number: G3
Special educators and parents are both in it for the students; they only want what’s best for the child. It's a partnership. But in some cases, it may not be clear how the school's role in providing FAPE is different from the parent’s role in raising the child. From requests... Read More
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Track(s)
  • General Session
  • General Session

Tuesday, April 18, 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM


Tuesday, April 18, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

  • Session Number: E1
While settlement remains the preferred avenue to resolve special education cases, settlement discussions often cause practitioners ethical dilemmas. This session examines various ethical quandaries faced by school district and family attorneys alike when negotiating towards settlement. Join Attorney Andrew Tatgenhorst as he reviews some common ethical headaches and uses real-life... Read More
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  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Tuesday, April 18, 10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

  • Session Number: A3
In serving students with disabilities under IDEA and Section 504, educators must comply with the access and privacy requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, as they apply... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: A4
OK campers: Rise and shine – the final draft of the updated Title IX regulations has been published! Don’t worry, you’re not trapped reliving May 6, 2020 – it’s just... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B2
The three Rs of education don't stand for just "reading, 'riting, and 'rithmitic." Trauma-informed educators know they can also stand for reason, relate, and regulate! In this session, Attorney William... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B3
What is an educator to do about challenging and dangerous behavior by students with disabilities? Behavior interventions? Change of placement? Discipline? Law Enforcement? David Hodgins will discuss select special education... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I5
A foundational concept of the IDEA is that parents of children with disabilities are partners in the planning of their children’s special education programs. This is not just an aspirational... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I6
Adequate child find and eligibility practices are the foundation of IDEA compliance. This requires a multi-disciplinary team to review evaluative data and determine if the student meets the criteria of... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: S3
The rise of magnet programs and specialized career track schools, along with gifted-talented, AP, Honors, and Dual Enrollment classes, allow many choices for students. Students with disabilities have a Section... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: U1-R
Did you know that Special Ed Connection is full of activities, charts, and tools that you can use to guide and train your staff? We know your time is valuable... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Tuesday, April 18, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM


Tuesday, April 18, 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

  • Session Number: A4-R
OK campers: Rise and shine – the final draft of the updated Title IX regulations has been published! Don’t worry, you’re not trapped reliving May 6, 2020 – it’s just... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: A5
Orton-Gillingham. Applied behavior analysis. Conductive education. TEACCH. As districts see an increased number of requests for specific methodologies and programming from parents, outside providers, and advocates, IEP teams need a... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B4
Children who engage in oppositional defiant disorder behaviors challenge educators' competence. As educators, we must control our own behavior by avoiding power struggles and engaging in positive behavior strategies. In... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B5
"Was the conduct caused by, or did it have a substantial relationship to, the child's disability?" is the ultimate issue behind every manifestation determination review. But, do you still feel... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I4-R
The IDEA aims for students with disabilities to develop skills and become independent. But, providing FAPE sometimes means assigning a one-to-one aide to assist the student. How do districts ensure... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I7
There is so much to unpack about the multi-faceted planning process that is transition under the IDEA. Attorney Jose Martin will spotlight the legal issues that arise when IEP teams... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I8
Mindfulness practices can help manage stress, maintain objectivity, encourage tolerance, and improve emotional regulation. However, they can be challenging to implement in real time during IEP meetings while simultaneously de-escalating... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: S4
Virtual school options (as a parent choice) may have survived the pandemic permanently. This presents unique challenges with respect to student with disabilities. as not all students can receive an... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: U3
Special Ed Connection is your one-stop-shop for guidance and best practices that provide consistency in the way special education is approached and implemented, and when every LEA in the state... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Tuesday, April 18, 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM


Tuesday, April 18, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Session Number: E2
Ethical dilemmas and concerns can often arise when a special education attorney — whether representing a school district or parents — engages with opposing counsel. Such issues as competence, fairness, candor, delay, the unauthorized practice of law, and misconduct may create worrisome problems. Attorney Jonathan Read reviews the ethical rules... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Tuesday, April 18, 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM

  • Session Number: A6
Since the Supreme Court decided Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools, school districts have had a duty to permit service animals to accompany individuals with disabilities in district facilities, in school... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B2-R
The three Rs of education don't stand for just "reading, 'riting, and 'rithmitic." Trauma-informed educators know they can also stand for reason, relate, and regulate! In this session, Attorney William... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: B3-R
What is an educator to do about challenging and dangerous behavior by students with disabilities? Behavior interventions? Change of placement? Discipline? Law Enforcement? David Hodgins will discuss select special education... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I5-R
A foundational concept of the IDEA is that parents of children with disabilities are partners in the planning of their children’s special education programs. This is not just an aspirational... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I6-R
Adequate child find and eligibility practices are the foundation of IDEA compliance. This requires a multi-disciplinary team to review evaluative data and determine if the student meets the criteria of... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: I9
Parental requests for private and residential placements at public expense are on the rise! Districts that deny these requests, without giving them proper consideration, can face predetermination claims. Drawing on... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: S3-R
The rise of magnet programs and specialized career track schools, along with gifted-talented, AP, Honors, and Dual Enrollment classes, allow many choices for students. Students with disabilities have a Section... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
  • Session Number: U4
How would you like to instantly improve your Special Ed Connection searching game? This session will reveal the top 10 tips for improving your searches — and search results —... Read More
Speaker(s)
Track(s)
  • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

Wednesday, April 19, 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM


Wednesday, April 19, 7:00 AM - 9:45 AM

  • Room: Expo Hall

    Wednesday, April 19, 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM


    Wednesday, April 19, 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

    • Session Number: A7
    Attorney Tiffany Kesslar will discuss allowability, flexibilities, and responsibilities you need to know to ensure IDEA costs are allowable and "Show me the money" isn't a line you hear from... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: B6
    Threat assessments have gained broad support for preventing violence in schools, workplaces, and communities. While this approach is considered best practice by the U.S. Secret Service, FBI, and U.S. Department... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: B7
    Any child can be a victim of bullying or harassment, but research has shown that children with disabilities are especially vulnerable. Attorney David Hodgins will identify key legal guidance and... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I10
    In grades K-12, English learners with IEPs account for about 11% of all students with IEPs, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Through an in-depth analysis of selected recent... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I11
    When the relationship between parents and the school sours and the due process writing appears on the wall, the parties aren't sent to their separate corners until the legal dust... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I7-R
    There is so much to unpack about the multi-faceted planning process that is transition under the IDEA. Attorney Jose Martin will spotlight the legal issues that arise when IEP teams... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: S5
    Educators, parents, and advocates alike know schools have some obligation to accommodate the health needs of students with disabilities. But over the last few years, it's become less clear where... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: S6
    Non-educator coaches and student activity advisors don't always follow the game plan for students with disabilities. That's the reason you’ll want to learn more about the application of Section 504... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

    Wednesday, April 19, 9:15 AM - 9:45 AM


    Wednesday, April 19, 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

    • Session Number: A5-R
    Orton-Gillingham. Applied behavior analysis. Conductive education. TEACCH. As districts see an increased number of requests for specific methodologies and programming from parents, outside providers, and advocates, IEP teams need a... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: A6-R
    Since the Supreme Court decided Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools, school districts have had a duty to permit service animals to accompany individuals with disabilities in district facilities, in school... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: B4-R
    Children who engage in oppositional defiant disorder behaviors challenge educators' competence. As educators, we must control our own behavior by avoiding power struggles and engaging in positive behavior strategies. In... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: B5-R
    "Was the conduct caused by, or did it have a substantial relationship to, the child's disability?" is the ultimate issue behind every manifestation determination review. But, do you still feel... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I8-R
    Mindfulness practices can help manage stress, maintain objectivity, encourage tolerance, and improve emotional regulation. However, they can be challenging to implement in real time during IEP meetings while simultaneously de-escalating... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I9-R
    Parental requests for private and residential placements at public expense are on the rise! Districts that deny these requests, without giving them proper consideration, can face predetermination claims. Drawing on... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: S2-R
    While the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders, DSM-5-TR, is recognized as a standard reference for clinical mental health providers, it also has many implications for educators and... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: S4-R
    Virtual school options (as a parent choice) may have survived the pandemic permanently. This presents unique challenges with respect to student with disabilities. as not all students can receive an... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: U2-R
    Here’s your chance to learn the most indispensable tips, tools, and shortcuts you can use on Special Ed Connection!  From Roundups to The Dictionary to Smart Starts… make sure you’re... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

    Wednesday, April 19, 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM

    • Session Number: A3-R
    In serving students with disabilities under IDEA and Section 504, educators must comply with the access and privacy requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, as they apply... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: A7-R
    Attorney Tiffany Kesslar will discuss allowability, flexibilities, and responsibilities you need to know to ensure IDEA costs are allowable and "Show me the money" isn't a line you hear from... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: B6-R
    Threat assessments have gained broad support for preventing violence in schools, workplaces, and communities. While this approach is considered best practice by the U.S. Secret Service, FBI, and U.S. Department... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: B7-R
    Any child can be a victim of bullying or harassment, but research has shown that children with disabilities are especially vulnerable. Attorney David Hodgins will identify key legal guidance and... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I10-R
    In grades K-12, English learners with IEPs account for about 11% of all students with IEPs, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Through an in-depth analysis of selected recent... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: I11-R
    When the relationship between parents and the school sours and the due process writing appears on the wall, the parties aren't sent to their separate corners until the legal dust... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: S5-R
    Educators, parents, and advocates alike know schools have some obligation to accommodate the health needs of students with disabilities. But over the last few years, it's become less clear where... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)
    • Session Number: S6-R
    Non-educator coaches and student activity advisors don't always follow the game plan for students with disabilities. That's the reason you’ll want to learn more about the application of Section 504... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Breakout Session (75 minutes)

    Wednesday, April 19, 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM


    Wednesday, April 19, 1:45 PM - 5:00 PM

    • Session Number: POST 1
    School refusal and truancy are some of the most challenging behaviors faced by educators, and the COVID 19 school closures only compounded their prevalence and implications for students with disabilities.... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
    • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
    • Session Number: POST 2
    Since 2010, the number of students with autism receiving special education under Part B of the IDEA across the nation has steadily increased, according to U.S. Department of Education. But... Read More
    Speaker(s)
    Track(s)
    • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)
    • Half-Day Workshop (3 hours)