What’s Happening in Special Education Law? The Year in Review
Presented by: Julie Weatherly
February 9, 2022 – Florence Marriott Shoals
February 10, 2022 – Montgomery Renaissance Hotel (Virtual Option Available)
February 11, 2022 – Mobile Riverview Plaza
Although the country has turned most of its attention in the past year to COVID-19, and educators continue to be concerned about the provision of appropriate education to students with disabilities during the aftermath of the pandemic, there has still been considerable activity in special education law that is not COVID-related. Julie Weatherly will provide an update on significant special education “legal happenings” including an overview of relevant court decisions and agency interpretations.
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