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Seminar Detail

Special Education Law in Indiana
Special Education Law in Indiana

Where:   MERRILLVILLE, IN

When:  Friday, October 4, 2013 at 8:00 AM - 3:45 PM

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Course Description:

The educational rights of students with disabilities and the obligations of school personnel are constantly evolving due to changes in federal and state law and their interpretation. This seminar will provide you with essential and up-to-date information about federal and state special education laws, administrative and judicial rulings interpreting these laws, and current compliance issues. It is essential for educators to know these legal requirements and understand how these requirements impact their day-to-day activities and the students they serve.

This seminar provides practical recommendations for planning proactively to avoid common legal mistakes made by educators when it comes to students with disabilities. Seminar topics include: evaluation and eligibility determinations (including the role of “Rtl” in the SLD evaluation and eligibility determination process), development of IEPs, discipline procedures, transition planning, assistive technology, bullying, and student records.
Objectives:
  1. Identify the factors that may indicate a duty to evaluate and proper responses to requests for evaluations and reevaluations.
  2. Recognize common errors in IEP construction.
  3. Analyze when assistive technology is needed.
  4. Determine the essential components of a transition plan.
  5. Identify common errors in behavioral planning for and discipline of students with disabilities.
  6. Recognize bullying as a special education issue.
  7. Identify confidentiality issues that face teachers and administrators.
  8. Compare and contrast IDEA and Section 504 requirements.
  9. Summarize recent Indiana and federal rulings.

COURTNEY N STILLMAN, JD

Courtney N. Stillman, is a partner in the law firm of Hauser, Izzo, Petrarca, Gleason & Stillman, LLC where she concentrates her practice in the areas of student issues, special education and disability law. Before joining Hauser, Izzo, Petrarca, Gleason & Stillman, LLC, Ms. Stillman represented students with disabilities for 10 years. Ms. Stillman served as a member of her local board of education for 11 years and was president of that school board for six years. Before practicing school law, she practiced in the areas of corporate and tax law. Ms. Stillman earned a B.A. in political science from Manchester College in 1989, and graduated, summa cum laude from Indiana University School of Law in 1992. She is recognized as a “Leading Lawyer” in the area of school law and is licensed in Indiana and Illinois. She serves as a Section 504 hearing officer. Ms. Stillman regularly presents on topics of special education and student issues.



Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Courtney Stillman is Partner at Hauser Izzo, LLC. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Courtney Stillman is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association; and the DuPage County Bar Association.
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