Education Law: 2014 Update Seminar Materials

Publication Date: April 2014
Available Formats: Print or searchable PDF via download, USB Flash Drive, or CD-ROM
Pages: 254

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Topics Covered:

  • Juvenile Law And Practice In Virginia
  • Reacting To USDOE’s Guiding Principles To Improve School Climate And Discipline
  • Obligations Of School Districts Under Section 504 Of The Rehabilitation Act Of 1973 With Updates On The ADA Amendments Act
  • Restraint And Seclusion
  • Special Education For Special Populations
  • Limited-English Proficient Students And Homeless Students
  • Hot Topics In Education Law: Panel Discussion

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

I. JUVENILE LAW AND PRACTICE IN VIRGINIA
Andrew K. Block, Jr., Angela A. Ciolfi

Chapter 16 Basic Education Law

Chapter 17 Using Educational Law to create better out comes in
Juvenile Cases

II. REACTING TO USDOE’S GUIDING PRINCIPLES TO IMPROVE
SCHOOL CLIMATE AND DISCIPLINE

Brad King, Adrienne Volenik

Introduction

Principle 1: Climate & Prevention

Guiding Principle 2: Clear, Appropriate, and Consistent Expectations
and Consequences

Guiding Principle 3: Equity & Continuous Improvement

III. OBLIGATIONS OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS UNDER SECTION
504 OF THE REHABILITATIONACT OF 1973 WITH UPDATES
ON THE ADA AMENDMENTS ACT

Ron Hager

I. Introduction 1

II. Covered Entities

III. Eligibility

IV. Program Access

V. Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)

VI. Least Restrictive Environment

VII. Procedural Safeguards and Due Process

VIII. Discipline Under Section 504

IX. Assistive Technology

X. Complaints to the Office for Civil Rights

IV. RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION
John Cafferky, Bill Reichhardt

I. General Considerations

II. Relevant Case Law and Statutes that Apply to Student Restraint
in School

III. The Use of Restraint and Seclusion for Children with
Special Needs

IV. Analyzing a Restraint and Seclusion Case - A Parent Attorney
Perspective

V. Remedies and Corrective Action in Restraint and Seclusion Cases

V. SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS
Nancy Tubbs

I. Introduction

II. The entitlement to a “FAPE”

III. Identification and Evaluation

IV. Independent Educational Evaluations

V. Educational Programs for Students with Emotional Disabilities

VI. Procedural Safeguards under IDEA, state regulations and local
regulations and Procedures

VII. Two Major Remedies for Denial of FAPE

VIII. Discrimination Complaints

Appendix: the parental consent rule under Virginia special education
Regulations (8 vac 20-81-170(e)

PART 2: LIMITED-ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENTS AND
HOMELESS STUDENTS

Patrick Andriano

I. Limited-English Proficient Students

II. Homeless Students

VI. HOT TOPICS IN EDUCATION LAW: PANEL DISCUSSION

Faculty Panel

Community Based Mental Health Services

Juvenile Law and Practice in Virginia

DOJ Service Animals

VDOE Guidance for Service animals in Virginia’s public schools

Managing Food Allergies in Schools

Authors

Andrew K. Block, Jr.

Angela A. Ciolfi

Brad King

Adrienne Volenik

Ron Hager

John Cafferky

Bill Reichhardt

Nancy Tubbs

Patrick Andriano

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