Special Education Rule Changes – What Does This Mean For Families? with Marilyn Mahusky, Staff Attorney with Vermont Legal Aid’s Disability Law Project and Karen Price, VFN Co-Director of Family Support (11/10/2021)

Back to School: Time to Understand COVID and “Comp Ed” (compensatory education services) (9/24/2021)

Home Schooling and Special Education: Supporting Your Child (6/17/2021)

Increasing Access, Opportunity, and Equity for All Learners: A Community-School Approach to Dual Enrollment (2/25/21)

Learning from Home? Remote Learning Tips & Tricks for Families and Practitioners (1/26/21)

Preparing Families to Provide Testimony About Changes to Special Education Rules (10/7/20)

VCDR Town Hall: Back to School for K-12 Students in Vermont with Disabilities or Special Health Needs (9/18/20)

School Options for Families (7/22/20)

Special Education Town Hall (5/27/20)

Understanding the Role of Mediation in the IEP and 504 Planning Process (3/13/20)

Interview with Jacqui Kelleher, State Director of Special Education with the Vermont Agency of Education (Facebook Live, 2/28/20)

Filing an Administrative Complaint for Your Child with a Disability (1/16/19)

Determining Eligibility for Special Education: An In-depth Look at Adverse Effect (11/29/17) 

From Rowley to Endrew F.: What the Supreme Court Says about Special Education (9/27/17) 

Navigating Special Education and the IEP (8/30/17)

Navigating Special Education Webinar Series: (Modules 1-4, 12/15/16; Module 5,  7/12/17; Module 6, 7/29/19):

IEP Development: How to Develop an IEP that Meets Your Child’s Needs (1/27/16)

Comprehensive Special Education Initial Evaluations and Triennial Re-evaluations (12/2/15)

Assistive Technology Consideration and Resources in Vermont (9/9/15)

Families Are Important (9/24/14)

Parents’ Rights in Early Intervention Part C (5/19/14)

Funding Assistive Technology (AT) for Children (12/4/13)

Every Body Moves: Adapted Physical Education in Vermont Schools (8/28/13)

What does the IDEA say about the “Least Restrictive Environment?” (1/23/13)