LRP's National Institute Announces Eight New Conference Symposiums

Pre- and Post-Conference Symposiums will assist special education professionals in making a positive impact on their students, programs and communities.
By: LRP Media Group
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Dec. 7, 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 today six Pre- and two Post-Conference Symposiums that will be held as part of the conference taking place April 24 - 27, 2022 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

Six half-day Pre-Institute Symposiums will be held on Sunday, April 24 in the morning and afternoon:
  • 504 OCR Insider's Bootcamp — A View From Both Sides of the Table will be presented by Betsey Helfrich, Esq., Law Offices of Betsey Helfrich, LLC and Anne Bradley, Former OCR Supervisory Attorney for Region VII and Founding Partner, Bradley Strategies and Solutions Group, LLC.
  • On Your Best Behavior: Using Evidence-Based Strategies for Aggressive Students with Joseph Ryan, Ph.D., Stanzione Distinguished Professor, Clemson University College of Education.
  • The Impact of Title IX on Special Education Students will be presented by Jackie Wernz, Esq., Thompson & Horton LLP.
  • Child Find on My Mind: Identifying and Evaluating Students in a Post-Pandemic World with Rachel Hitch, Esq., Poyner Spruill LLP.
  • IDEA Discipline From the Ground Up will be presented by David Hodgins, Esq., Thompson & Horton LLP.
  • Triangulating the Transition IEP: Writing a Legally Defensible Transition-Focused IEP will be presented by Jon Paul Burden, Director of Exceptional Student Services, Weld RE-4 School District and Alyssa Burghardt, District Counsel, Student Success, Jeffco Public Schools.

Two Post-Institute Symposiums will conclude the conference and take place on Wednesday, April 27 in the afternoon:
  • Data Driving Change: Promoting Progress and Narrowing the Achievement Gap will be presented by Danielle Rice, Low Incidence Consultant, Kenton County School District and Tammy Pugh, Due Process Coordinator, Kenton County School District.
  • You Got This! Managing Student Behavior in the LRE with Brandon Wright, Esq., Miller, Tracy, Braun, Funk & Miller Ltd.

"The symposiums offered in 2022 will give attendees a more in-depth look at specific issues affecting the special education community," said Julie J. Kline, Esq., Vice President of Education, LRP Media Group and Conference Chair.

In addition to the symposiums, the Institute will feature more than 35 sessions covering seven different tracks and include a captivating General Session with Henry Winkler. The Institute will also feature an Expo Hall where attendees can discover the latest innovations in classroom technologies and find new ways to improve students' learning outcomes.

Registration is open for LRP's National Institute. Professionals who register by February 25, 2022, can save $150.00 off the on-site rate. For more information and to register visit or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.

Rennette Fortune
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