LRP's National Institute to Feature Over 40 Sessions in Six Focused Learning Tracks
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The 2023 program features sessions designed around the most relevant topics impacting special education, including addressing challenging and dangerous student behavior, child find and student mental health, and more.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Floridant -- LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities®, the leading source for compliance strategies, best practices and case updates impacting special education programs, announced the full agenda for the 2023 event taking place April 16 - 19 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.

The comprehensive program includes over 40 sessions presented by leading special education experts who will deliver top-notch compliance and implementation strategies across six topic-focused tracks: Administration, Behavior, Ethics, IDEA, Section 504 and Special Ed Connection® Users Group. Sessions focusing on the timeliest topics in special education include:
  • Compliant Strategies for Serving English Learners With Disabilities: Attorney Jonathan Read will offer legal insight into the process of referral and identification of EL students, assessment plans and procedures, and the provision of appropriate IEP services.
  • Groundhog Day: Unpacking the Current and New Title IX Regulations: Attorney Bobby Truhe will cut through the headlines and prepare educators, advocates and attorneys for their role in the process under both the current and new regulations, the IDEA, and Section 504.
  • Threat Assessments: Preventing School Violence or Promoting Disability Discrimination? Best Practices for Promoting Safety: Attorney Kari Moneyhun spells out strategies for drafting and implementing protocols that are effective in preventing school violence while recognizing bias and avoiding disability discrimination of students.
  • After All These Years, New Section 504 Regulations!: Attorney Dave Richards will prepare you for the big changes to come, why they matter and why they are occurring. Referencing OCR guidance, letters of findings and public comments filed with the U.S. Department of Education, he'll set the stage for what's on the horizon.

"From special education evaluations to graduation of students with disabilities, the 2023 agenda is packed with excellent speakers from across the country sharing best practices for legal compliance," said Julie J. Kline, Esq., Vice President, LRP Media Group and Conference Chair.

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In addition to sessions, the Institute will also feature three captivating general sessions with NCAA Division One Hall of Fame Athlete Roger Crawford, attorney Geneva Jones with Geneva Jones & Associates, PLLC, and attorney Karen Haase from KSB School Law, PC, LLO.

Registration is now open for LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities. Professionals who register by December 9, 2022, can take advantage of $200.00 Super Savings off the on-site rate. For more information and to register visit or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.

Kristin Baier
LRP Media Group

Source: LRP Media Group
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