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Addressing Behavior with Students Receiving Special Education: Avoiding Due Process Disputes

This training is geared for building level administrators, but we welcome any educator in the general education or special education settings.  As a great many due process hearings and state complaints include a behavioral component, this training will provide information on behavior and discipline for students in the special education population, procedures necessary to better address and document behavior, as well as some examples of past complaint and due process hearing findings.  The training will provide an opportunity to collaborate while looking at examples of student discipline situations that commonly occur, and how the school administration, and the IEP team, might address the scenarios to give the best opportunity for avoiding escalation of the issue, or how to best proceed if a situation has escalated into a more intense level in the dispute resolution process.

TESS Components - 1d, 4b, 4e, 4f
LEADS Standards - 1B, 2A, 2C, 2D


Important Session Information:

Lunch will be provided.

Handouts (if applicable) will be available within five days prior to the session date and can be accessed at the Crowley’s Ridge Educational Service Co-op website. http://crowleys.crsc.k12.ar.us/handouts

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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
58 / 80
Contact Person:
Tish Knowles
Jared Hogue
Audiences:  K-12, Administrators, Asst. Principals, Principals, Special Ed
Date Time Location
6/13/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM CRESC - CRESC Main Building - Parrish Tech Room