This one day training program focuses on four areas; special education law, rights and responsibilities; tests and measurements to measure progress & regression; SMART IEPs; and an introduction to tactics & strategies for effective advocacy.
For more details about what you will learn see agenda below.
Registration fee is $60.00 per individual or $90.00 per couple.
Conference attendance is free to the first 50 teachers who register.
Note: Continuing education credits are available for educators and attorneys (6 hours) for an additional $10.00 processing fee.
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For more info about this training program, including hotels, directions, and things to do, visit the Pittsburgh, PA conference page.
For information, please call PALS (412) 963-2833 or email PALSfca@aol.com
Special Education Law
Tests & Measurements 101
& Strategies for Effective Advocacy
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"Wow! I do advocacy training and got lots of great ideas from your presentation. I may even give that test! The bell curve is powerful. I have taught several people how to do this and they are amazed."
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