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SOLD OUT! Skokie, IL - February 21, 2004
The Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training Program is sponsored by Special Connections.
The program will be held at:
Questions? Please e-mail Chuck Kusar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Fees are $55.00 per individual, $75.00 per couple (one set of books). For individuals who receive CEUs (teachers, social workers, counselors, etc), the fee is $65.00. Walk-in registration is $75.00 individual, $95.00 couple, $90.00 with CEU. Books may not be available to walk-in registrations.
The registration fee includes the one day presentation by Pete and Pam Wright, the two books - Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy by Pete and Pam Wright (value: $59.90), a copy of the Illinois Special Education rules and light refreshments.
This program has been approved for 7 CLE credits in Wisconsin.
Please download and distribute the registration form designed by Special Connections.
Download the information flyer designed by Special Connections.
Parking will be available at the conference location.
Detailed directions from Map Quest. Simply go to www.mapquest.com and fill in your personal information and Niles North High School, 9800 Nl Lawler Ave., Skokie, IL 60077. Below is a detailed list of driving directions. The conference site, Niles North High School is located immediately west of the Old Orchard Shopping Mall.
North or South
Take I94 (Edens Expressway) to Old Orchard Road. Go east on Old Orchard Road to Lawler Avenue, approximately 1 block, and turn south. Parking lot entry will be on your right. The school is plainly visible.
Lunch will be available to purchase at the conference location. If you would rather get lunch on your own please visit the list of nearby restaurants.
O'Hare International airport is approximately 12 miles away
Accommodations are listed below if you are planning on staying the night.
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