Certificate in Special Education Advocacy from William & Mary Law School at ISEA 2019

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Registration for 2019 is Open!

William and Mary Law School Institute of Special Education Advocacy
July 28 – August 2, 2019, Williamsburg, VA

ISEA 2019, a five-day training program in special education advocacy, features:

  • 22+ sessions on applicable laws, ethics, best practices in advocacy, strategies in working with parents and schools, dispute resolution procedures, and preparing for due process
  • taught by national leaders in the field
  • designed for experienced advocates, law students, new attorneys, and attorneys who are new to special education law
  • CEU and CLE credit anticipated (including Ethics)
  • law students – credit & non credit
  • W&M Law School Certificate in Special Education Advocacy
  • attendance limited to 65

ISEA 2019 participants will receive a Certificate in Special Education Advocacy from William & Mary Law School after completing the course.

The Certificate in Special Education Advocacy indicates that attendees have successfully completed the required courses within the Institute. More

Conference details including fees, registration, and agenda topics.

Attendees will be selected via an application process. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis bi-monthly until the class is full. Early applications are recommended.

Download the application for all registration details, costs, applicant questionnaire, and required pre-conference assignments.

Hosted by the William & Mary School of Law and co-sponsored by the PELE Special Education Advocacy Clinic and Wrightslaw.

Check out the highlights from ISEA 2018, meet the graduates and faculty, and view the slideshow.

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Jacqueline

When will another ISEA training conference be offered? Do you have dates, or places scheduled for 2019?

Lisa

Question: A Pre-K SPED student who needs a vest to ride the bus to school, but does not have transportation as a related service in the IEP. The vest is able to be put onto the General Education bus. Can this child ride the PRe-K General Education bus that door-door-door drop off? Or does he need a SPED bus? SPED and General Ed students K-5 ride the buses together.

Marcus

If the vest is placed onto the gen ed bus I see no reason student cannot take that bus. I would make sure that the bus driver knows what the vest is for and maybe look into the student having a 1:1 wrap around.