I.D.E.A. Series

Rights of Students with Disabilities (Part 5 & 6 of 6)

The Rights of Students with Disabilities: Parts 5 & 6

Wednesday, Sep. 30th, 4pm

This is an online event.

This workshop will go Live on Facebook at:

https://www.facebook.com/FNDPEN

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Workshop Description:

Part 5 - The Power of Parent Participation:


One of IDEA's principles is the right of parents to participate in educational decision making regarding their child with a disability. In this workshop, participants learn how very specific IDEA is concerning what school systems must do to ensure that parents can participate if they so choose.


Part 6 - Procedural Safeguards:


IDEA establishes procedural safeguards to help parents and students enforce their rights under federal law. Participants will learn how these safeguards protect parental access to information pertaining to the placement and transition planning, and the procedures that are put in place to resolve disagreements between parents and schools regarding the placement of a student.


Please note that these workshops are delivered via Facebook Live. Part 5 will begin promptly at 4:00 pM. Part 6 will be delivered immediately following Part 5 after a brief break.


This workshop will go Live on Facebook at:

https://www.facebook.com/FNDPEN

Parent Trainer & Multicultural Outreach Coordinator

Jeanne Petit is our Multicultural Contact Coordinator, she will present our workshops and programs to our Creole-speaking families. Jeanne has over 15 years of experience with all aspects of disability from diagnosis, inclusion and living independently, and more … Jeanne’s personal experience along with a multicultural approach to seeking solutions helped her to become an involved, innovative, parent seeking out resources along with members of her community.