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Georgia State: The Requirement to Conduct FBAs and to Develop and Implement BIPs: What Does the Law Provide and What Do Courts and Agencies Say?

Please join the School of Public Health’s Center for Leadership in Disability for “The Requirement to Conduct FBAs and to Develop and Implement BIPs: What Does the Law Provide and What Do Courts and Agencies Say?”

This presentation is being co-sponsored by the Emory Autism Center (EAC). The EAC is a Behavior Analyst Certification Board approved continuing education provider. This presentation offers three BACB Type II Ethics CEUs.

This presentation will provide an overview of what the law provides regarding the requirement to conduct FBAs and to develop and implement BIPs for students with disabilities. In addition, this session will explore court and agency decisions regarding those requirements, as well as challenges to the content and quality of FBAs and BIPs as it relates to the provision of a free appropriate public education.

Featuring Julie J. Weatherly, Esq., the owner of Resolutions in Special Education, Inc. with attorneys in Birmingham and Mobile, Alabama and Naples, Florida. Julie is a member of the State Bars of Alabama and Georgia, and for over 33 years, has provided legal representation and consultative services to school districts and other agencies in the area of educating students with disabilities.

Date & Time:
Friday, September 27
9am – 12pm

Location:
Georgia State University
College of Law Courtroom
85 Park Place NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

Registration:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fbasbips-and-the-law-julie-j-weatherly-esq-tickets-61426505331