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Resolving Special Education Disputes: Negotiate, Mediate, or Litigate (EDU640L)

Presented By : Hope N. Kirsch
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Pre Recorded Audio Conference
60 minutes
  •  Tue, June 3, 2014
Event Description

When IDEA Disputes Arise, Create a Win-Win for Special Education Students

Emotions may run high when school districts and the parents of special education students disagree on the definition and implementation of an appropriate education.

With much at stake for the student at the center of the disagreement, a prompt resolution is critical.
While the parents and educators may not see eye-to-eye on how to provide the student’s education, there is a shared goal: to provide an appropriate education.

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) provides a number of remedies to parents for resolving such disputes including negotiation, mediation, and when all else fails, litigation.

Selecting the remedy that best fits your situation and ensuring that it is effective, however, isn’t easy.

Join us for this special one-hour webinar to learn powerful strategies for resolving IDEA disputes.  During this informative session, special education attorney Hope M. Kirsch will reveal the common issues that lead to disputes, the most effective options available for resolving them, and the pros and cons associated with each dispute resolution process.

Session Highlights:

  • The alternate dispute resolution options available
  • The differences among the dispute resolutions procedures
  • The pros & cons / advantages and disadvantages of each of the dispute resolution procedures
  • When a school district is obligated to file a Due Process Complaint against parents
  • Confidentiality rules in each of the processes
  • Resources available
  • Helpful hints to ensure that the child at the center of the dispute wins
  • How to draft a state complaint
  • How to draft a Due Process Complaint
  • Statute of limitations
  • The governing law

Who Should Attend:

  • School Administrators
  • Special education teachers and staff
  • School attorneys
  • Parents
  • Educational/parent advocates
About Our Speaker(s)

Hope N. Kirsch, Special Education Law ExpertHope N. Kirsch
Hope N. Kirsch is a special education attorney with the law firm of Kirsch-Goodwin & Kirsch, PLLC in Arizona.  She represents students with disabilities and their families in school related matters, ranging from attending IEPs to Due Process hearings.  Hope is a veteran special education teacher and s... More info

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