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The Spring Webinar Series on Special Education Law

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The Spring Webinar Series on Special Education Law

Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle

Top Ten Things School Leaders Need to Know About Special Education in 2021

 

Available now on demand.

Jim Walsh and Paula Maddox Roalson of the Walsh Gallegos Law Firm provide an insightful discussion on the Top Ten Things School Leaders Need to Know About Special Education in 2021.

 

 

Paula Maddox Roalson

Paula Maddox Roalson

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle

Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle

A Conversation About Pending and Recent COVID-Related Court Cases

 

Available now on demand.

Jim Walsh of Walsh Gallegos and Jessica Witte of Thompson & Horton host A Conversation About Pending and Recent COVID-Related Court Cases. With COVID’s impact being felt at every school district, claims are starting to work their way through the legal system. Learn more about claims that are being raised against school districts related to students with disabilities.

 

Jessica Witte

Jessica Witte

Thompson & Horton

Dianna Bowen

Dianna Bowen

Thompson & Horton

The New Normal: COVID-19 Response Services

Available now on demand.

Please join Thompson & Horton attorneys Dianna Bowen and Taylor Montgomery as they discuss responding to the COVID-19 crisis with appropriate compensatory services to address delays in education caused by COVID-19 closures. 

Taylor Montgomery

Taylor Montgomery

Thompson & Horton

Andrea L. Mooney

Andrea L. Mooney

Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Muñoz

Development and Implementation of Contingency Plans to Serve Students with Disabilities

Available now on demand.

Andrea Mooney of Eichelbaum Wardell will define contingency plans and discuss the development and use of contingency plans to provide special education students with a free appropriate public education.

Andrew Tatgenhorst

Andrew Tatgenhorst

Thompson & Horton

Responding to COVID-Related Complaints and Legal Issues

March 31

Andrew Tatgenhorst of Thompson & Horton will discuss legal issues and provide practical strategies and best practices for responding to COVID-related complaints.

Amy S. Foster

Amy S. Foster

Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Muñoz

What We're Watching in This Year's Legislative Session

April 14

Amy Foster of Eichelbaum Wardell will provide an update on what school districts can expect from this year’s legislative session and how it might impact the provision of special education and related services.

Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle

Discipline in Special Education

April 28

You won’t want to miss Jim Walsh and John Muniz of the Walsh Gallegos Law Firm and their insight and strategies for handling discipline of special education students.

John Muñiz

John Muñiz

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle

ACCREDITATION: This conference provides 7.0 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
 
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.

 

This conference provides 4.0 hours of CPE credit through the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association.