Better Get A Bigger Boat! How Special Ed Swallowed Regular Ed Discipline (and what to do about it)

Live Event
Date: 02 / 10 / 2021
Time: 8:30am to 2:30pm

Primary Attendee

$225.00

Additional Attendee

$205.00

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Description

Yes, it has finally happened.  As a result of changes that the New Hampshire Legislature made in 2020 in the school discipline laws, it now appears that the state and federal special education discipline rules have practically swallowed up the regular education discipline process!    New Hampshire’s new laws go into effect in July 2021, but now is the time to master both the new regular education discipline standards, and our longstanding special education rules.  Yes, it has finally happened.  As a result of changes that the New Hampshire Legislature made in 2020 in the school discipline laws, it now appears that the state and federal special education discipline rules have practically swallowed up the regular education discipline process!    New Hampshire’s new laws go into effect in July 2021, but now is the time to master both the new regular education discipline standards, and our longstanding special education rules.
In this era of remote learning, also look for our review of recent court rulings on student misbehavior off school grounds, an issue that is heading right to the Supreme Court!
Finally, we will also provide our participants with a model policy on the state discipline law.  This is NOT to be missed!  This conference will be a dynamic, on line ZOOM presentation by our Drummond Woodsum special education team.   We will be seeking questions in advance from our enrollees, and then raffling off conference t-shirts to the TOP TEN questions we select for conference consideration.
The following topics will all be addressed at this conference:
  • New regular education discipline standards
  • Responding to off campus and on-line student misbehavior
  • The growing requirement for behavior plans and FBAs
  • New model policy on student discipline
  • Student misbehavior and special education child find duties
  • Maintaining safe schools in regular or special education
  • Use of the expedited due process hearing
  • Plus your TOP TEN submissions!
Our Audience
We believe this conference is a must-see event for superintendents, all school administrators (both regular and special education), and special education staff who regularly deal with student behaviors. Our Team
Our conference presenters are attorneys Jerry Zelin, Erin Feltes, Eric Herlan, and Milli Zonarich. Together, they have over 80 years of legal experience doing special education and student rights!

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Contact Donna Swiderek (dswiderek@schoollaw.com) if you have any questions at all.

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