SECTION 504 STUDENT ISSUES:  BOTH THE TRIED AND TRUE AND THE SIGNIFICANTLY NEW
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SECTION 504 STUDENT ISSUES:  BOTH THE TRIED AND TRUE AND THE SIGNIFICANTLY NEW

SECTION 504 STUDENT ISSUES: BOTH THE TRIED AND TRUE AND THE SIGNIFICANTLY...

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Manhattanville College

2900 Purchase Street

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Section 504 Student Issues:

Both the Tried and True and the Significantly New


A CONFERENCE FOR ADMINISTRATORS, SPECIAL AND GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAF

Keynote Speaker:

Perry A. Zirkel University Professor Emeritus of Education and Law Lehigh University

http://perryzirkel.com/about/

Monday, December 5, 8:00 AM* - 1:00 PM

Manhattanville College, Reid Castle, 2900 Purchase St., Purchase, NY


Presented by Manhattanville College School of Education http://www.mville. and School Leaders for Change www.schoolleadersforchange.com

Participants: Building and District Teams are encouraged to attend. A diversity of roles and perspectives are welcome, including but not limited to district and school leaders, special education teachers and their co-teaching partners, all PPS staff members (psychologists, social workers, school counselors, speech and language teachers), special educations aides/paraprofessionals, and parents.

This session will identify and discuss the major practical issues specific to K–12 students under Section 504 and its sister statute, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Topics include:

  • long-standing and brand new requirements for “504-only” students. On the long-standing side are the system-wide requirements for a (1) grievance procedure, (2) (2) procedural safeguards notices, and (3) impartial hearings.
  • brand new eligibility standards under the ADA Title II regulations, effective August 11, 2016. These eligibility standards reinforce or raise various issues, including the intersection with:

• child find, including RTI

• concussions

• individual health plans

• private schools

• “protected-only” students

• suspensions and expulsions

Emerging issues for both 504-only and “double-covered” students (i.e., those under the IDEA), including the following:

• bullyng

• extracurricular activities and interscholastic athletics

• IEP revocation

• liability for money damages

• OCR and DOJ enforcement

• service animals

• communications enhancements for students with vision, hearing, or speech disabilities

• the Second Circuit’s recent decisions in Spring v. Allegany-Limestone School District andB.C. v. Mount Vernon School District

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