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School Law Update: English Learners and Special Education – Region 1

Description
In this morning session, Brandon K. Wright of Miller, Tracy, Braun, Funk & Miller, Ltd. will explore one of the major topics emerging in special education law evolving in 2019: English learner students. Participants will spend time learning about recent cases and agency guidance affecting how educators program for English learners, including evaluation requirements, meaningful parental participation, and proper IEP services consistent with state and federal guidelines.

Target Audience
Building and district administrators, both general and special education

Event Information

Region 4 SELA Representative: – Elizabeth DeGruy, Ed.D. – degruyel@u4sd.org

April 15, 2019
8:30am – 12pm
Mellon Building
703 S. New Street
Champaign, IL 61820

Important Information
* There is a $10.30 registration fee payable by credit card at the end of this registration process (checks/purchase orders are not accepted)
* Individual registration is required for all attendees
* Registration closes April 10, 2019
Space is Limited
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Registration opens at 8:00am
Presentation/Training will begins at 8:30am

By registering for this event, you agree to the following:
You are giving permission for the information which you have entered into the registration form to be printed on a participants’ list. The list may be distributed to the workshop/conference participants.

Each registrant receives an official name tag, a careful payment record, and entry into the participant list.

Further you understand that when you register for this event, you are making a commitment to attend the workshop. If you cannot attend, you accept the responsibility to cancel with the conference registrar, Connie Borowski at cjborow@ilstu.edu or (309) 438-1952.

Refund requests will be honored until 11:59pm on 4/10/19

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Presentation
IAASE Region 4 – English Learners in Special Education

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