Friday, June 29
During the week-long 2018 symposium, nineteen accomplished special education attorneys (both sides) will lecture, conduct discussions with registrants, and provide detailed lecture outlines with case law citations.
The 2018 symposium will again include a separable two-day (June 28-29) Section 504 Coordinators Institute, designed to provide both a conceptual framework and “nuts and bolts” implementation guidance for school personnel designated to implement this emerging non-discrimination mandate.
Registrants have multiple options:
~ Earn three Lehigh University graduate credits, qualify for CLE attorney credits approved by the PA Bar Association, earn Act 48 credits for PA educators, or enroll for non-credit professional development.
~ Attend the full week or per day, depending upon registrant interest.
~ For Monday through Thursday sessions, select either a basic track for those new to special education law, or an advanced track for experienced registrants.
~ Attend the Section 504 Coordinators Institute on Thursday/Friday as a stand alone conference, or add on extra symposium days to the Section 504 Institute.
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