Who should attend?

Any parent and family member, educator, lawyer or person interested in gaining knowledge about legal implications for students recieving or in need of recieving special education services. This is a hands-on, in-depth workshop designed to remove confusion, provide understanding and support participants in understanding how special education law is designed to support students, what is required of schools and districts and how families can advocate for their students.

A few more details...

The profits from this event provide scholarships for students attending the Every Child Reading - Super Star Summer camp program.

Event Scholarships are available. Applications are at: www.EveryChildReadng.org

Certificates of attendance will be provided.

CLE 7.0 credits are pending through the State of Colorado Supreme Court Office of CLE.

CEU 0.6 units are pending through Delta State University and provide credit for a variety of professionals. If you have questions about acceptable CEUs in your state or profession, check with your professional certification body.

Cost information

General Registration  $195.

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $170 

SAVE $25 off the General Rate by registering before February 10th.

Scholarships are available.

Cost includes 3 Wrightslaw Books:

Special Education Law, All About IEP"S and All About Tests and Assessments and lunch.

Added bonus: Early Bird registrants will also receive FREE pdf copies of 2 books:  Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition and Wrightslaw: Legal Developments and Cases 2016

Sponsorships Opportunities Available and for more information.

Contact

Laura Parks 
Every Child Reading
252-864-0549
4everychildreading@gmail.com
 

Wrightslaw Special Education Law & Advocacy Conference 

Join Acclaimed Special Education Attorney, Advocate and Co-Founder of Wrightslaw, Pete Wright, for the Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference in Denver. Learn hands-on about Special Education Law, rights & responsibilities, tests & measurements to measure progress & regression, SMART IEPs; and 504's, how a dyslexia diagnosis relates to receiving an IEP or 504, what is FAPE & so much more.

This is a hands-on learning opportunity with Pete Wright.  The Wrightslaw books and website continue to serve people all over the country.  His workshops are in high demand and provide excellent resources that parents need to navigate a deeply confusing system.  Further, consider inviting teachers and educational leaders so that their questions can be answered as well.

   

Where

Wolf Theater
350 South Dahlia
Denver, CO 80246


 
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