ED311 & TCASE present

Spring Conference on Special Education Law

Registration is now closed.  See you next year!

*Registrants are able to view webinars through August 31st.

The deadline to purchase conference workbooks has passed. All materials are also available for free in the event app, to download and/or print at your convenience. 

Same great conference, now available online! 

The two Q&A segments are now a permanent part of the conference in order to give you an opportunity to interact with all of our speakers!

 

We have added a series of special bonus webinars re: COVID-19, compliance, and school closures. 

Online Conference Webinars

Special Bonus Webinars re: COVID-19, compliance issues, and school closures:

What’s Happening with SPED-Related Services?

Dianna Bowen (Thompson & Horton) with Heather Rutland (Eichelbaum Wardell) and José Martín (Richards Lindsay & Martín)

SPED Evaluations During a Pandemic

Janet Horton and Jessica Witte (both Thompson & Horton) with Jim Walsh (Walsh Gallegos)

Even Harder ARDs

David Hodgins and Merri Schneider-Vogel (both from Thompson & Horton) with Paula Maddox Roalson (Walsh Gallegos)

Regular Spring SPED Law Conference Programming:

Full Day Pre-K: Implications for Special Ed
Andrea Gulley (Walsh Gallegos)

Class Action Vs. TEA and Other Legal Issues Involving the State Agency
Jim Walsh (Walsh Gallegos)

Where Are We On Dyslexia?
Janet Horton (Thompson & Horton)

Documentation at ARD Committee Meetings: Best Practices
Heather Rutland (Eichelbaum Wardell)

Parent Rights Regarding Testing and Other Issues
José Martín (Richards Lindsay & Martín)

Roundup of Important Cases, Including Spring Branch v. O.W.
Paula Maddox Roalson (Walsh Gallegos)

2020 Spring Conference on Special Education Law

thumb_01_60_60CLASS ACTION VERSUS TEA AND OTHER LEGAL ISSUES INVOLVING THE STATE AGENCY

JIM WALSH

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle, P.C.

Austin

thumb_01_60_60WHERE ARE WE ON DYSLEXIA?

JANET HORTON

Thompson & Horton

Houston

thumb_01_60_60ROUNDUP OF IMPORTANT CASES, INCLUDING SPRING BRANCH v. O.W.

PAULA MADDOX ROALSON

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle, P.C.

Houston

thumb_01_60_60PARENT RIGHTS REGARDING TESTING AND OTHER ISSUES

  JOSE L. MARTIN

Richards Lindsay & Martín

  Austin

thumb_01_60_60FULL DAY PRE-K: IMPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION

ANDREA GULLEY

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle, P.C.

Amarillo

thumb_01_60_60DOCUMENTATION AT ARD COMMITTEE MEETINGS: BEST PRACTICES

HEATHER RUTLAND

Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Muñoz

Austin

ACCREDITATION: This conference provides 5.0 hours of CPE credit through the following organizations:
SBEC (Educators Certified After Sept.1, 1999, In ANY Area, Including Teachers, Principals, Superintendents, Counselors, Educational Diagnosticians, and Learning Resource Specialists)
TEA (for School Board Members, Charter School Board Members & School Officers)
Texas Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
Texas Board of Social Worker Examiners
State Board of Examiners of Psychology
State Bar of Texas (MCLE credit for attorneys (no ethics hours))
This training may meet local requirements for General Management Trainings and we will also supply a general Certificate of Attendance for filing with other professional organizations as needed.