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2018 Special Education in Connecticut Summit: Promoting Equity for Marginalized Students With Disabilities

Co-sponsored by the Klebanoff Institute and the University of Connecticut Neag School of Education

April 24, 2018
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM EDT

Speakers: Susan C. Freedman

April 24, 2018
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM EDT

University of Connecticut School of Law
45 Elizabeth Street
William F. Starr Hall
Hartford, CT

Shipman and Goodwin attorney Susan Freedman will join co-presenters for the panel discussion,
Promoting Positive and Equitable School Environments for All Students With Disabilities from 10:45 AM -- 11:45 AM at the April 24th Special Education in Connecticut Summit.

Panel Moderator:
David Desroches, WNPR

Sarah Eagan - Connecticut Children’s Advocate, State of Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate
Kelly Enoch - Director of Special Services, Clinton (Conn.) Public Schools
Susan Freedman - Partner, Shipman & Goodwin Counselors at Law
Steven Hernandez - Executive Director, Connecticut Commission on Women, Children, and Seniors
Tamika La Salle - Assistant Professor, School Psychology, Neag School of Education
Marisa Mascolo Halm - Director, TeamChild Juvenile Justice Project, Center for Children’s Advocacy

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