State and federal law is rapidly evolving for students with disabilities. In this workshop, participants will learn about the latest federal and state legislation, statutory/regulatory changes, case law, and guidance related to meeting the needs of students with disabilities.
Topics to be covered will include:
The use of physical restraint and seclusion for students with disabilities
The overlapping rights of students under IDEA, Section 504, New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination and the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights
Major changes related to the use of technology to deliver services for students with disabilities
New procedures for addressing legal disputes and due process; major case law decided in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decisions in Endrew and Fry
Other important changes in case law, statute and regulation at the state and federal levels
Audience: All PK-12 Administrators and Teachers
Presenter(s): John Worthington, Esq., Education Law Specialist, LEGAL ONE
Delivery Format: Virtual
Date/Times: February 1, 2024; 9am-1pm (EST)
The TMI Education-LEGAL ONE Professional Learning Partnership
Since its inception in 1999, TMI Education has been a proud and privileged partner of the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (NJPSA) and the Foundation for Educational Administration, Inc. (FEA), the professional learning division of the NJPSA. Throughout this over 20-year partnership, TMI has collaborated with NJPSA/FEA on countless workshops, in-district programs, and local, regional and state-level initiatives.
Among these many outstanding NJPSA/FEA programs is LEGAL ONE. Under the direction of David Nash, Esq., LEGAL ONE continues to be the leading provider of education law workshops, online courses, webinars and in-district programs for school leaders and teachers on critical legal issues. "It is with great pride and pleasure that we announce LEGAL ONE as the exclusive partner and provider of sustained education law professional learning and training for our members and constituents," explains Dr. Brian P. Chinni, TMI Education CEO/Founder.
TMI-LEGAL ONE Partnership offerings are a great way to satisfy New Jersey professional development requirements for teachers, school leaders and other school employees!
For more information about the 2023-2024 TMI-LEGAL ONE Partnership offerings, visit the TMI-LEGAL ONE Professional Learning Partnership website.
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- a full refund;
- transfer to another, upcoming workshop date and location (space permitting); or
- credit toward a future workshop. (Please note that all credits expire one (1) year from the date that they are issued.)
Video-Recorded Virtual (Zoom) Sessions and Tips to Maintain your Privacy during a Recorded Session: As an added value, all virtually-delivered programs are video recorded and accessible to our workshop registrants and Professional Learning Consortium Members subsequent to the session. Therefore, each virtually-delivered workshop and webinar will now have Zoom’s Recording Disclaimer enabled by default. With this feature, attendees will receive a notification when a recording starts or if they join a session that is already being recorded. The participant can then consent to stay in the session and be recorded or choose to leave the session altogether.
Tips to Maintain your Privacy during a Virtually-Delivered Session: Actively engaging in Zoom sessions is important. Participants may have concerns, however, of a Zoom session recording capturing their participation. Meeting hosts or instructors are taking steps to minimize this concern. In addition to the consent, participants can also use the following steps and features to take control of what is shared when a session is being recorded.
- Change your participant name displayed in Zoom (e.g. only use your first name, replace your name)
- Disable your video
- Mute your audio
- Do not communicate via the chat feature
- Do not upload an identifiable profile photo
Please refer to Zoom’s Attendee Controls for more information on how to use these features.