NH Special Education Summit - Finding FAPE after Endrew F.
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled on what appropriate programming is for complicated children with disabilities, schools must really look hard at the child’s “unique circumstances” in order to develop “appropriately ambitious” programming!
Our Drummond Woodsum special education team explores what it means to focus on each child’s “unique circumstances,” including:
- Eligibility for students with learning disabilities, under New Hampshire’s SLD checklist
- Preparing IEPs to meet Endrew F. Standards
- Individualized programming for Dyslexia
- Changing challenging behaviors
- Individualized programming and proficiency diplomas
- Plus, our usual review of court and hearing officer rulings!
This is an essential conference for anyone whose responsibilities include special education – which means all school officials. The Drummond Woodsum team really zeroes in on what the Supreme Court’s new FAPE ruling means for schools. And this includes not just development of IEPs, but also eligibility questions under new New Hampshire rules, programming for reading and behavior challenges, and preparing students with disabilities to graduate. These are all the big issues in special education, addressed at one time, in one place, by your favorite presentation team!