[SOLD OUT!] HIB and How it Relates to Special Education, Section 504, ELL and Protected Classes

23May2019

From 8:30 am until 2:30 pm

At Educators Training Institute - Boys & Girls Club of Lodi

460 Passaic Avenue, Lodi, NJ 07644

Jamie Edward Ciofalo

FREE for HIBster users; $150/person for non-HIBster users

Federal and New Jersey Laws Against Discrimination overlap with the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. Students who belong to a protected class are at a higher risk of being the target of harassment, intimidation and bullying. As members of a protected class, acts of harassment, intimidation and bullying against these students may qualify as a violation of their civil rights, thus opening the district to potentially damaging litigation and discipline from the United States and New Jersey Departments of Education.

5 Professional Development Hours

Federal and New Jersey Laws Against Discrimination overlap with the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. Students who belong to a protected class are at a higher risk of being the target of harassment, intimidation and bullying. As members of a protected class, acts of harassment, intimidation and bullying against these students may qualify as a violation of their civil rights, thus opening the district to potentially damaging litigation and discipline from the United States and New Jersey Departments of Education.

This training is a must for all school administrators, school counselors, child study team members, affirmative action coordinators, and anti-bullying staff.

This training includes the following:

  • Purpose for Law in Society
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and Section 504
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and English Language Learners
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and New Jersey Law Against Discrimination
  • Founding Purpose of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR)
  • Identification of HIB, Affirmative Action, Code of Conduct Behaviors
  • Educators Must Protect students from Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying, Discrimination, Self-Harm and Suicide
  • Protect students from Hostile Educational Environment
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act and Student Discipline, Removal or Change of Placement of Protected Students