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Practical Guidance on Section 504: Developing a Defensible Plan - AA# 1555 - (Feb) Online

February 22, 2018
Springfield, IL 62703 

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Legal compliance with Section 504 is an important aspect in providing services to students with disabilities. In this presentation, attorney Christina Sepiol will lead you through the eligibility, evaluation, identification and development of a Section 504 Plan. Learn the pitfalls to avoid as well as the sound legal principles that drive this civil rights law.

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