Hodges Loizzi associate Kaitlin Atlas will help address key special education considerations as districts prepare for the upcoming in-person school year in a panel discussion as part of Loyola University Chicago’s Virtual Education Law: 8th Annual Year in Review seminar on Thursday, June 24 at 3:45 p.m. CT.
In the session “Special Education and the Way Forward,” Kaitlin and her fellow panelists will explore:
- The mental health and social-emotional needs of students
- How to make up for instruction and services that have been disrupted due to COVID-19
- The way forward for special education in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
Kaitlin will be joined by co-panelists in the education field, including a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, an occupational therapist, and an intervention specialist.
Register for the event here.
The Education in Law: A Year in Review is hosted by the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Alumni via Zoom and will address important developments in the area of education law and policy in K-12 schools during the past year.
Kaitlin concentrates her practice in the areas of students and special education. She has experience handling a variety of matters related to students protected by disability laws including determining eligibility, disciplinary procedures, and interim alternative placements.