Codes of Conduct and Rights & Responsibilities of Students with Disabilities

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The Lower Hudson Special Education Task Force is proud to present Codes of Conduct and Rights & Responsibilities of Students with Disabilities.  Given the variety of learning models (in-person, hybrid, remote, etc.) this school year, school discipline and expectations for student behavior look different. Join us for a panel presentation encouraging communication and understanding among stakeholders in special education around school Codes of Conduct.

This Zoom webinar panel presentation will address issues such as:

  • What is a Code of Conduct?
  • How can students and families learn about students’ rights and obligations under school Codes of Conduct?
  • What happens when there is a violation of the Code of Conduct? What protections and supports must be afforded to students with disabilities when faced with the possibility of school discipline?
  • What is a Manifestation Determination anyway?
  • How can the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) protect students?

Panel participants:

Dr. Lisa Brady, Superintendent, Dobbs Ferry UFSD

Stephanie Burns, Esq., Member, Keane & Beane, P.C.

Stefanie Shabman, Esq., Legal Director, Student Advocacy

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If you have problems registering, please call:
845.228.7457 x1108 or email
jbaumann@putnamils.org

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