New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center | April 16 - 19, 2023

WHAT YOUR COLLEAGUES ARE SAYING ...

See what past attendees of LRP's National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities® have to say about their experience at the premier annual event for professional development, up-to-date special education research and case law, and the guidance needed to make an impact on your students while meeting compliance obligations.

“If you ever spend funds for any professional development, it should be to attend LRP's National Institute. Everything you need to learn to be a more proficient special educator is delivered within this 3-day period!”

Lana J. Tew
Director of Special Education,
Cullman County Schools, Cullman, Ala.

“The Information at LRP’s National Institute was very beneficial and presented in a manner that enabled me to immediately apply to day-to-day expectations at school.”

Kelly Dombrowski
Principal, Stanly County Schools,
Albemarle, N.C.

LRP’s National Institute is a must for the special education professional who wants to be aware of and exposed to best practices that align with the IDEA regulations.”

Patrick Kane
Director of Special Education, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Suwanee, Ga.

“Legal is probably the hardest area of special education. It's so helpful to have reliable guidance when things can be so abstract, and that's what I got at LRP's National Institute.”

Heather Scroggins
Assistant Director of Student Services, Arkansas Connections Academy, Bentonville, Ark.

“Excellent conference! My first time attending as a new Director of Special Education and I will be back. I am so happy with the timely sessions, helpful resources and the exhibitors.”

Lisa Hughes
Director of Student Services, East Greenwich Public Schools, East Greenwich, R.I.

LRP’s Institute provides high quality, engaging speakers presenting on hot topics. This is by far my favorite conference for legal updates.”

Jera Pieper
Director of Special Education,
Franklin & Jefferson Counties
Special Education District 801, Benton, Ill.

“I really appreciate that the Institute supports those new to special education legal issues and those who have been at it for a while. I am always looking to expand my knowledge and understanding of the issues and this conference never disappoints!”

Kim Loy
Supervisor of Compliance, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Tampa, Fla.

“The Institute provides great resources and case law examples for administrators to use to support ongoing staff professional development.”

Alan Demaret
Special Services Director, Sweetwater County School District #1,
Green River, Wyo.

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