LRP's National Institute Announces Learning Tracks for 2021 Virtual Event
LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities will include seven different learning tracks to assist special education professionals in making a positive impact on their students, programs and communities
By: LRP Media Group
LRP's National Institute virtual event will feature leading attorneys, behavior experts, forward-thinking ed tech leaders and special education practitioners providing essential guidance on the latest special education issues, including IDEA allowability, school safety, rebuilding IEPs, parental rights, MDRs in virtual and hybrid settings, and pandemic-related challenges. More than 30 sessions will be offered during the online conference in the following tracks:
Behavior: Designed for special education directors, directors of school mental health and behavioral services, school psychologists, behavior specialists, clinical services coordinators, and trauma trainers, attendees joining sessions in this track will learn strategies to approach discipline dilemmas and student mental health under federal laws.
Digital Learning Solutions: Sessions in this track will focus on emerging legal issues related to technology in special education and introduce attendees to the latest tools that can facilitate the provision of a free appropriate public education.
Ethics: To earn continuing legal education credits, or CLEs, attorneys can attend these sessions based on application of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct in the special education context.
IDEA: With sessions for every role in special education, this track includes comprehensive coverage of schools' obligations to provide all children with disabilities a free appropriate public education. Sessions in this track will provide insights on compliance along with best practices for implementing services.
Section 504: Building a better understanding of how to avoid discrimination claims and provide all students an equal opportunity is the goal of each session in this track. Section 504 coordinators, administrators, social workers, counselors and service providers will receive unparalleled professional development while learning how to make defensible disability and 504 plan determinations.
Special Ed Connection® Users Group: Attendees joining these sessions will receive firsthand tips and guidance from Special Ed Connection trainers and experts as they discover more about the resource and how to use it to benefit their programs.
Registration is now open for LRP's National. For more information and to register visit www.LRPInstitute.com or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.