Tri-State Regional Special Education Law Conference is designed for general and special education administrators and teachers, service providers, parents, advocates, lawyers and others involved in developing and supporting special education services for children with disabilities and their families. Most sessions will require attendees to have a background in special education procedures and practice in order to apply the information to work or advocacy responsibilities.
Dawn WirthVisitor special programs director at Vermillion School DistrictVermillion, USA
I was reassured that we are doing great things in our district. I also take back to my district that we have process work that we need to do.
5 13 Nov 2019
Kathleen WagnerVisitor Educator at Yankton School DistrictYankton, USA
5 06 Nov 2023
Lindsay PhippsVisitor Consultant at GHAEACouncil Bluffs, USA
An hour and a half was not enough time for each presentation. The presenters have so much knowledge to share that I could have listened to each of them for an entire day. Exceeded all expectations! The content (my knowledge was solidified and I learned a few new things), venue was easily accessible and the breakfast/lunch/snacks provided were all excellent!Parking was great on day 1 however day 2 the lot everyone parked in was closed due to an evening event at the venue. That was not as friendly but really that is a CHI problem! Thank you for a wonderful two days of learning!
5 06 Nov 2023
Lindsay RainsVisitor Director at Knoxville CSDDes Moines, USA
Too much to summarize in a short recap. Great job.