On June 22, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA, Lawrence D. Dodds served as moderator and Gail A. Friel served as a panelist for the program “Special Education Law and the IEP: Working with Experts to Develop IEP Content – and Resolving Disputes Along the Way” at the American Bar Association’s 5th National Conference: Disability Issues in Employment and Education Law.
Developing an IEP is essential to ensuring equal access to education and successful learning outcomes for children with disabilities. Our panel will first provide a brief overview of the required content of an IEP under the IDEA in light of the Endrew F. decision. The panelists will then offer tips on working with experts to develop goal-oriented IEP content and strategies for handling difficult issues.
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The ABA 5th National Conference explores disability issues that arise both in employment and education law and examines topics including the Americans with Disabilities Act, special education law, the Family Medical Leave Act, and noteworthy developments in case law.