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IDEA 2004: What's New?

IDEA 2004 will affect impact Spring IEP meetings, even though it is not fully in force. Join this IDEA 2004 webcast for a step-by-step review of the changes to IDEA 97 made by IDEA 2004.

The webcast will also review issues for advocates to bear in mind as IDEA 2004 is implemented:

* U.S. Department of Education is currently developing regulations

* How school districts will apply new provisions

* Impact on court rulings to resolve disputes

When? This two hour web-cast will take place on Thursday, April 14, 2005 at 1:00 pm EDT.

Who? The webcast will be presented by attorney Diane Smith, Disability Rights Center

Cost: $50

To Register

You can register by mail or fax.

To register by mail, complete the registration form (below) and send it and your credit card info or a check payable to NAPAS to:

NAPAS-IDEA
900 2nd Street NE, Suite 211
Washington, DC 20002
Attn: Judy Stickle

To register by fax, please complete the registration form (below) and FAX it to Judy Stickle at 202-408-9520. Include your credit card info. If you register by fax and need to pay by check, put a copy of the registration form in an envelope along with your check and send it to NAPAS (address above).

Don't Delay! Registration Deadline is April 8th!

Registration and payments must be received no later than Friday, April 8, 2005.

Confirmations and information about how to connect to the web cast/call will be e-mailed to registrants on Monday, April 11, 2005.

Technology Requirements

This is a training session that will make use of an accessible web-cast technology.
To take part in the training you will need a computer with a high-speed dedicated internet connection and the ability to open a web page with a recent web browser.

If you have any questions about what may be required to take part in this accessible webcast based training, please contact Matt Hayden (matt@napas.org)

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