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    Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 2

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    Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 2: Statutory and Judicial Interventions to Interrupt or Redirect the Pipeline: Strategies for Judges and Practitioners With Students with Disabilities

    Don't miss the second 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 II will focus on the interventions available through the judicial process which can help divert disabled students from the juvenile justice system and insure that they are properly identified and served in the school setting.

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    Employing the statutory tools we reviewed in the first part of this series, attorneys and judges can use educational advocacy to decriminalize school discipline. Some of the techniques we will discuss about the diversion of disabled students from the juvenile justice system include: restorative justice, judicial/school partnerships, bench card for judges, and training of stakeholders.

    As an attendee of this program, you will learn how to:

    • Identify the judicial interventions available once a disabled student is in the juvenile justice system
    • Explain the procedures for diversion from the pipeline before and during the adjudication stage, as well as during disposition phases.
    • Effectively use alternatives procedures available to divert the school-to-prison pipeline such as the use of bench cards, school/justice partnerships, and restorative practices.

    Our esteemed panel for this program includes:

    • Robert (Bob) S. Cohen (Chief Administrative Law Judge, State of Florida Division of Administrative Hearings)
    • Lisa Lukasik (Associate Professor, State Review Officer NCDPI, Campbell Law School)
    • Judge J.H. Corpening, II (Chief District Court Judge, 5th Judicial District, New Hanover and Pender Counties, NC)
    • Stacey Bawtinhimer, Administrative Law Judge
    • Peggy A. Quince, Florida Supreme Court Judge (Ret'd)

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Jun 13, 2019

    2019-06-13T13:00:00-04:00 2019-06-13T14:30:00-04:00 Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 2

    Special Education and the School-to-Prison Pipeline Part 2: Statutory and Judicial Interventions to Interrupt or Redirect the Pipeline: Strategies for Judges and Practitioners With Students with Disabilities

    Don't miss the second 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 II will focus on the interventions available through the judicial process which can help divert disabled students from the juvenile justice system and insure that they are properly identified and served in the school setting.

    Sponsors

    Panelists

    Julian Mann III

    Julius Corpening

    Lisa Lukasik

    Peggy A Quince

    Robert S Cohen

    MCLE Information

    The ABA will seek 1.50 CLE general credit hours in 60-minute-hour states, and 1.80 general credit hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

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    Panelists

    Robert (Bob) Cohen (Moderator), Judge J. Corpening, II, Lisa Lukasik.

    Deaf/Hard of Hearing Attendees

    CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) service provides instant accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing by delivering the spoken word as a realtime stream of text. CART service for this program is firewall-friendly and works in almost any network environment with Internet access, and is compatible with all major web browsers.

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