Event Title

Exiting Special Education: The Other Side of the Coin

Location

TBD

Event Website

https://coe.lehigh.edu/law/advanced

Start Date

23-6-2015 12:45 PM

End Date

23-6-2015 3:45 PM

Description

Eligibility under the IDEA is not permanent. Instead, the IDEA requires teams to reevaluate whether a student continues to 1) meet the criteria as a child with a disability and, if so, 2) have a resulting need for special education and related services. This session will examine the practical and legal issues when a student no longer meets the standard for IDEA eligibility or otherwise exits from an IEP due to consent revocation, graduation, or aging out. Through an examination of the relevant legal authority and a case scenario, participants will gain insight on the “other side of the eligibility coin” and consider the Section 504 implications for students who are no longer eligible for special education services under the IDEA.

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Jun 23rd, 12:45 PM Jun 23rd, 3:45 PM

Exiting Special Education: The Other Side of the Coin

TBD

Eligibility under the IDEA is not permanent. Instead, the IDEA requires teams to reevaluate whether a student continues to 1) meet the criteria as a child with a disability and, if so, 2) have a resulting need for special education and related services. This session will examine the practical and legal issues when a student no longer meets the standard for IDEA eligibility or otherwise exits from an IEP due to consent revocation, graduation, or aging out. Through an examination of the relevant legal authority and a case scenario, participants will gain insight on the “other side of the eligibility coin” and consider the Section 504 implications for students who are no longer eligible for special education services under the IDEA.

https://preserve.lehigh.edu/edlaw/2015/Advanced/5