Statistically, students with disabilities are disciplined at a rate of more than twice the rate of students without disabilities and represent an even higher rate of school referrals to law enforcement for prosecution. As a result of a number of factors, students are being suspended and arrested for the same conduct, resulting in an administrative disciplinary process as well as a contemporaneous prosecution in criminal/family court.
An increasing number of students face simultaneous suspension and prosecution. This program, presented by attorney Robert M. Tudisco, will discuss representation of students with disabilities who are suspended and prosecuted with a particular emphasis on the added legal protections that students with disabilities are provided
Excellent program-Speaker was very knowledgeable.
professor was good
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Very timely and relevant seminar for our practice.
Excellent program and presenter...
Enjoyed the presentation
Very interesting and well-informed presentation.