Our firm’s Toolbox Training is about compliance with both federal and state law pertaining to the discipline of students with disabilities. You Loyal Daily Dawg Readers no doubt already know that our state legislature made some significant changes in this area in the last session. We have state laws that govern how and when we do a Functional Behavioral Assessment, a Behavior Improvement Plan, how and when we use physical restraint, and how we deal with “time out” as a disciplinary tool.
All of this will be the subject of our firm’s next webinar. Here are the details:
Title: FBAs, BIPs, Time Out and Restraints: New Rules and the Impact on Student Discipline.
Date/Time: Wednesday, September 14; 10:00 to 11:30.
Presenters: Denise Hays and Kelly Janes
Denise and Kelly have years of experience with these issues and will bring a practical approach to the discussion. I encourage you to sign up.
DAWG BONE: FBAs, BIPs, RESTRAINT, TIME OUT: YOU NEED TO KNOW THE RULES.
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