LRP's National Institute to Include Sessions Focusing on Most Pressing Special Education Topics

The annual event for special education leaders will feature more than 35 sessions in seven focused learning tracks.
By: LRP Media Group
 
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Nov. 2, 2021 - PRLog -- LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities®, the leading source for compliance strategies and case updates impacting special education programs, announced the full agenda for the 2022 event taking place April 24 - 27 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky. The program will feature sessions designed around the most relevant topics impacting special education, including educating trauma survivors, delivery of FAPE under the IDEA versus Section 504, and more.

LRP's National Institute will bring together expert presenters to deliver top-notch compliance and implementation strategies in more than 35 sessions covering seven different session tracks: Administration, Behavior, Digital Learning Solutions, Ethics, IDEA, Section 504 and Special Ed Connection® Users Group. Sessions focusing on the timeliest topics in special education include:
  • Transition Services in the 2020s: Legal Trends and Next Steps: Attorney Brandon Wright will explore recent legal trends and offer practical tips that will help teams develop IDEA-compliant transition goals and services for older students in an increasingly digital world.
  • Common ADHD Accommodations Practices That May Actually Cause Liability: Attorney Erin D. Gilsbach will emphasize the importance of re-thinking "standard" ADHD accommodations to increase effectiveness and minimize potential liability.
  • Know the Rules for IDEA Fiscal Compliance: Attorney Tiffany Kesslar will describe the revisions to the Education Department General Administrative Regulations applicable to IDEA funds and ways to incorporate the updates into district policies and procedures.
  • Don't Tinker With That! What Every Special Educator Should Know About Free Speech, B.L. and Student Social Media Use: Attorney Karen Haase will provide practical guidance about when a school should, shouldn't, and must regulate off-campus speech, especially when it involves or affects students with disabilities.

"LRP's National Institute team is thrilled to be welcoming back our community of special educators for high-quality professional development in-person in April 2022," said Julie J. Kline, Esq., Vice President of Education, LRP Media Group and Conference Chair.

An Expo Hall will feature dozens of products and services and will offer a unique opportunity for attendees to discover the latest innovations in classroom technologies and find new ways to improve students' learning outcomes. The Institute will also feature a general session with Henry Winkler where he will share how his personal struggles of growing up with undiagnosed dyslexia turned into a passion for helping children facing similar challenges.

Registration is now open for LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities. Professionals who register by December 3, 2021, can save $200.00 off the on-site rate. To register visit www.lrpinstitute.com or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.

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