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IDEA 2004: What You Know CAN Hurt You
Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland
March 15, 2006
You Don't Know About IDEA 2004 CAN Hurt You
Wright, Esq. and Wayne
Steedman, Esq. is co-sponsored
by Psychological Resource Associates, The Learning Network and Anne
Arundel Community College.
program will be held
Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway
Arnold, MD 21012
IDEA 2004: What
You Don't Know CAN Hurt You focuses on changes in IDEA 2004.
You will learn about:
requirements for evaluations, reevaluations, parental consent
requirements for IEPs, IEP teams, IEP meetings
requirements for students with specific learning disabilities
on high stakes tests, accommodations guidelines, alternate assessments
rules about discipline and manifestation reviews
procedural requirements and timelines, including the Due Process
Complaint Notice and Resolution (IEP) Session
History and Overview.
Section 1400: Findings and Purposes.
Definitions - Child with a disability, special Education, specific learning disability, etc.
||Section 1412: Child
Find, Least Restrictive Environment, Private Placements, Statewide
Section 1414: Evaluations,
Re-Evaluations, Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
Procedural Safeguards - Prior Written Notice, Resolution Session,
Mediation, New Requirements for Due Process Hearings,
Discipline. Proposed IDEA 2004 Regulations.
||No Child Left Behind
Act (NCLB): Reading, Research Based Instruction, Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers, Parental "Right to Know." Strategies to Use NCLB & IDEA in Special Education Advocacy.
Click here to register
CEUs: This program has been approved
for 6 CEUs by the State of Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
CLEs: Delaware and Virginia have approved 6 CLE credit hours for this conference.
IDEA 2004 is the textbook for this program. Wrightslaw:
IDEA 2004 includes the full text of Part A and Part B of the
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act with commentary, analysis
Resource Associates at (410)
647-8840 or send a fax (410) 647-1405
Accommodations, Airports, Directions
A short list of places to stay is included below. For great visitor
information and updates on hotels, inns, and B&B's, go to www.visit-annapolis.org
Courtyard by Marriott,
2559 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401-7454, (410) 266-1555
Marriott Waterfront, 80 Compromise St., Annapolis, MD 21401-1810,
2520 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401-7405, (410) 224-2800
Inn, 76 Old Mill BTM Road N, Annapolis, MD 21401-5496, (410) 757-8500
International, Anne Arundel County, MD
to Anne Arundel Community College
Washington National Airport,
Washington or Annapolis: Take Route 50 east to exit 27, Route 2
north (Governor Ritchie Highway) toward Baltimore. Stay on Route 2 for
about three miles.
Turn right on College Parkway. The first right turn is the campus entrance.
Baltimore: From Interstate 695 take exit 2, Route 10 toward Severna
Park. Stay on Route 10 until it ends at Route 2 (Governor Ritchie Highway).
Follow Route 2 south about five miles.
Turn left on College Parkway. The first right turn is the campus entrance.
driving directions from your location, use
Pages for Kids with Disabilities
Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities so you can get reliable
information and support. Learn how to build your team, educate yourself
about your child's disability, join a parent group, and find help on
the Yellow Pages for Kids
The Yellow Pages for each state has many helpful resources - evaluators,
educational consultants, academic tutors, support groups, grassroots
organizations, advocates, attorneys and others who help parents get
services for their children.
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