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Extended School Year (ESY) Services:
What Special Education Advocates Need to Know


Conducted April 17, 2008

Presenter
Scott F. Johnson, Esq.

Scott F. Johnson, Esq.
Scott F. Johnson, Esq.

Scott F. Johnson, Esq. is a Professor of Law with Concord University School of Law and an adjunct Professor of Law at Franklin Pierce Law Center where he teaches education law courses. He is also a hearing officer for the New Hampshire Department of Education. Prior to teaching, he practiced law and represented parents and students in education matters.

He is the author of a number of articles and books available at the websites including: the New Hampshire Special Education Law Manual: A Guide for Parents, Educators, Attorneys & Advocates; Preventing Physical Restraints in Public Schools: A Guide for Parents, Educators and Professionals; and Reexamining Rowley: A New Focus in Special Education Law.


Webinar Materials and Archive

Webinar Archive*: This is the recording of the live Webinar conducted on April 17, 2008. The recording is 1 hr, 19 minutes in length. You can start, stop, pause, fast forward or rewind the recording using the controls on the ReadyTalk player. (Note: Playing the archive requires FLASH Player to be installed on your computer.)

Webinar PowerPoint Presentation Handout*: This is the Handout for the Webinar presentation on Extended School Year (ESY) Services: What Special Education Advocates Need to Know.
(PDF, 3 slides per page, 23 pgs.)

Comments to the final federal regulations: This is the excerpt from the analysis of comments that accompanied the release of the final federal regulations to implement IDEA 2004 , published on August 14, 2006 pertaining to Extended School Year Services. (PDF, 5 pgs)

Reexamining Rowley: A New Focus in Special Education Law by Scott F. Johnson, Esq.: This article, which predates the reauthorization of IDEA in 2004, examines the Rowley standard for FAPE against the evolving backdrop of state educational standards and litigation about an adequate education under state constitutional law.


* PLEASE NOTE: These materials are for the exclusive use of purchasers of Advocate Academy Webinar live events and archives. Please do not distribute or provide others with access to these materials. Thank you.

 
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