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LRP's National Institute Virtual Program Focuses on Most Pressing Special Education Topics

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The annual event for special education leaders will feature more than 30 online sessions in seven distinct learning tracks.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - eTradeWire -- LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities®, the leading source for compliance strategies and case updates impacting special education programs, announced the full agenda for the 2021 virtual event. Being held April 19 - 21, the program will feature sessions designed around the most relevant topics impacting special education, including relevant policy changes from the Biden Administration, remote learning and more.

LRP's National Institute virtual event will bring together expert presenters to deliver top-notch compliance and implementation strategies in more than 30 sessions covering seven different session tracks: Administration, Behavior, Digital Learning Solutions, Ethics, IDEA, Section 504 and Special Ed Connection® Users Group. Sessions focusing on the timeliest topics in special education will include:
  • The First 90 Days of the Biden/Harris Administration and the Future of Special Education: Attorneys Jackie Wernz and Kendra Yoch, Partners, Franczek P.C., will dive into the Biden/Harris agenda as it relates to special education, work through changes seen and expected, and discuss what steps schools should take now to respond.
  • Getting the Band Back Together: Staffing Challenges During a Pandemic: Brandon K. Wright, Attorney, Miller, Tracy, Braun, Funk & Miller, Ltd., will point out the traps for the unwary administrator in handling employee issues during a pandemic, list practical considerations for remote employees, and suggest ways for responding to requests to work at home.
  • Legal Ethics in Our New Virtual World: Through case studies, Dianna Bowen, Esq., Thompson & Horton LLP, will address best practices for utilizing virtual platforms, as well as various ethical implications under the Model Rules that may arise when doing so.

"By remaining committed to the needs of the special education community and providing the most up-to-date guidance and professional development opportunities available at any special ed law conference, the National Institute has remained an essential annual destination for special education professionals over the past four decades," said Julie J. Kline, Esq., Vice President of Education, LRP Media Group. "As we prepare to present the National Institute virtually, on a brand-new interactive platform, we are proud to announce the 2021 conference agenda, filled with an abundance of learning opportunities for special educators and leaders, along with new experiences we're sure all attendees will enjoy."

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Registration is now open for LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities. Professionals who register by March 5, 2021 can take advantage of the Early Bird Savings and save $100.00 off the standard rate. For more information and to register visit www.lrpinstitute.com or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.

Rennette Fortune

Source: LRP Media Group
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