Representing Students with Disabilities Facing Both School Discipline and Juvenile Justice Involvement

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About

Excerpted from 5th National Conference: Disability Issues in Employment and Education Law, Recorded on June 22, 2018

Faculty:

Robert M. Tudisco, Senior Counsel, Barger & Gaines, Tarrytown, NY
Nakisha Sharpe Winston, Staff Attorney, The Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, Washington, DC
Moderator: Michael D. Raffaele, Esq., Managing Attorney, Frankel & Kershenbaum, LLC, Bryn Mawr, PA

Students with disabilities are suspended or expelled from school at disproportionate rates compared to their non-disabled peers, and are at a higher risk for involvement in the juvenile justice system. Failure by schools to identify and accommodate students with disabilities is often a strong risk factor for such involvement. This panel of experts provides a brief overview of the IDEA’s requirements regarding the discipline of students with disabilities, and offers strategies for ensuring that their disabilities are adequately addressed by the school system.

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