LRP’s National Institute will be live, virtual in 2021
The National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities®, a trusted source of intensive, timely professional development and networking for more than 40 years, will be a live, virtual event. The three-day conference kicks off on Monday, April 19, 2021, and will provide top-notch legal compliance and implementation strategies to equip you this school year and beyond.
The fully digital format will afford special educators, administrators, and education attorneys access to expert-led, live, virtual sessions, including in-depth, half-day pre- and post-symposiums. All sessions will offer timely guidance and strategies on the latest special education issues, including best practices for supporting students in a virtual environment, multi-tiered system of supports for behavioral supports, and legal principles of extended school year services. Plus, attendees will be able to access every session on-demand for 30 days after the live event, including the keynote speakers’ presentations.
“Special education experts from across the country will cover the latest guidance, emerging issues, and best practices in an interactive, virtual environment,” said Julie J. Kline, National Institute program chair and vice president of education for LRP Media Group. “Plus, there will be many opportunities for attendee engagement through our live Q&A sessions with presenters.”
State-of-the-art technology will allow attendees from across the country to interact with more than 30 top-notch presenters in live chats as well as network with peers in real time.
To register, visit www.lrpinstitute.com.
Cara Nissman covers autism, school psychology, and IEP team issues for LRP Publications.