Laura Siclari To Present on Special Education Law at NBI Seminar
Laura A. Siclari will speak on Unraveling the Complexities of Special Education Laws during a two-day National Business Institute (NBI) continuing education seminar for professionals.
On Feb. 22, she will present on “Fulfilling Critical Least Restrictive Environment and Placement Decision Obligations.” Laura will cover services schools must provide, the continuum of alternate placements, placement decision requirements, and factors that can and cannot be considered.
On Feb. 23, she will speak on “Bullying and Special Education Students.” She will focus on when bullying is a denial of free and appropriate public education (FAPE) mandates, legal considerations in moving bullied students to safe environments, ways to address bullying through IEPs and 504 plans, and appropriate school policies and staff training.
This basic-to-intermediate level seminar, to be given in Newark, is designed for school administrators, superintendents, principals, school board members, school psychologists, counselors, teachers and attorneys.
Details about the program are available here.
Laura concentrates on special education, disability, environmental and labor/employment law as well as general litigation.