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Special Ed Litigation: Achieving Systemic Change within School Districts

Date: September 24, 2008

From Greece, NY to New York City, public interest attorneys have challenged school districts' systemic failures to provide appropriate educational support to students with disabilities. In this session, attorneys and advocates will learn about the most recent cases, as well as "cutting-edge strategies" for litigating systems-change lawsuits that aim to compel school districts to improve services for large numbers of students.

Presenters: Jonathan Feldman, Empire Justice Center, Jennifer Monthie, Disability Advocates, Inc., Albany, NY, Ruth Lowenkron, Education Law Center, Newark NJ

Date of original presentation:  9/24/2008

Viewing Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

CLE Credits:  1.5 Professional Practice

If you do not want CLE credit for watching this training, there is no charge. If you want New York State CLE credit, you may receive 1.5 hours of CLE credits for Professional Practice. The cost of CLE is:

$60.00 for Not-for-Profit Agencies; $90.00 for Private Practice Attorneys. When you complete this registration form, you will receive a link to the training. The link to the CLE forms will be on the training page.

Financial Hardship Policy available upon request. Contact Michelle Peterson, Training Coordinator

Newly admitted attorneys in New York State can not receive CLE credit for online training.

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