Legal Responsibilities And Contributions of IEP Team Members

Empower your IEP teams with insights from special education expert Dawn King. Uncover misconceptions, understand team roles, and enhance communication strategies for student success. Gain the tools to navigate and resolve potential litigation, ensuring a healthy and productive IEP environment.

What You'll Learn

  • What are common causes for special education litigation and how to assess your own school.
  • How litigation and formal complaints affect school morale, funding, and student achievement.
  • What to say and what not to say at IEP meetings.
  • Best practices to reduce the potential litigation.
  • Specific resources you can provide to staff.
  • Building resilience before litigation happens.
  • How to maintain compliance with federal, state, and district regulations.
  • How to choose the best instructional methods to help students meet IEP goals.
  • And much more!
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Thursday, May 2, 2024; 3:00 PM Eastern

Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.

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Training Overview

Collaborative IEP Teams: Unveiling Legal Roles And Shared Responsibilities

7.3 million students received special education related to IDEA; which means threats of litigation are increasingly real and worrisome. Litigation yields negative effects on parents, families, staff and faculty, and often the students. Fortunately, there are easy-to-implement practices and strategies to help decrease or eliminate parent/family complaints, due process hearings, and costly settlements.

 

Identify common misconceptions and mistakes made during IEP meetings, specific responsibilities of each IEP team member, and strategies to develop and maintain effective communication to better support student achievement and outcomes. And if parents/families have already started or threatened litigation, learn how to deal with it and help get your IEP teams back to a healthy and productive place.


What are common causes for special education litigation and how to assess your own school.

  • How litigation and formal complaints affect school morale, funding, and student achievement.
  • What to say and what not to say at IEP meetings.
  • Best practices to reduce the potential litigation.
  • Specific resources you can provide to staff.
  • Building resilience before litigation happens.
  • How to maintain compliance with federal, state, and district regulations.
  • How to choose the best instructional methods to help students meet IEP goals.
  • And much more!
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Who Should Attend?
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Special Education Teaching Support Staff
  • Special Education Central Office
    Administrators
  • School Administrators
  • Special Education Related Service Providers
    and Itinerants
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Dawn King
  • CEO and Founder of The Journey Lessons, LLC, an educational consulting company
  • Accomplished educator, author, and grief facilitator
  • Provides valuable guidance to teachers in special education compliance, instructional methods, and behavioral intervention
  • More than 17 years of education experience including seven years teaching graduate courses as an adjunct instructor

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Legal Responsibilities And Contributions of IEP Team Members