Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 1 [CC]

    Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 1 [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 1 [CC]

    Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 1: Statutory and Judicial Interventions to Interrupt or Redirect the Pipeline: Legislation Protecting Students with Disabilities

    Join us for this first of a two-part series exploring issues pertaining to students with disabilities and particularly African-American students with disabilities, who are disproportionately part of the school-to-prison pipeline and how to break this trajectory. Part I will address the statutory protections and interventions available through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and related legislation.

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    Early identification and referral of students with disabilities, particularly reading disabilities and behavioral/emotional disabilities, are essential ways to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline. Disciplinary interventions such as Behavior Intervention Plans, Functional Behavior Assessments, and manifestation determinations are key tools for keeping students in the classroom and out of prison.

    This program will identify the statutory tools available to attorneys and guardians ad litem to help identify educational disabilities and how to refer disabled students for assistance within the educational system. After completing this program, you will be able to: determine whether the student has a suspected disability; refer the student for evaluation for special education or accommodations; and assist the student’s parents through the IEP/Section 504.

    In sum, you will learn how to:

    • Identify the special education laws impacting disabled students
    • Explain the procedures for referral, the categories of disabilities, and the identification and evaluation processes
    • Effectively use the procedural safeguards in IDEA and Section 504 when a disabled student is long-term suspended, expelled, and/or referred to the juvenile justice system

    Our esteemed panel for this program includes:

    • Ann Breen-Greco, Past Chair ABA Judicial Division, Former ALJ & Hearing Officer
    • Sarah E. Redfield, Professor of Law Emerita, UNH (COREJ appointee)
    • Stacey Bawtinhimer, Administrative Law Judge

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Ann Breen-Greco

    Panelists

    Julian Mann III, Sarah E Redfield, Stacey Bice Bawtinhimer

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Commission On Disability Rights, Judicial Division, Law Practice Division, Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice, Section of State and Local Government Law, Senior Lawyers Division, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, Young Lawyers Division

    Product Code

    CE1905STPOLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    5/21/2019 12:00:00 AM

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