During the 5th National Symposium on Dispute Resolution in Special Education in October 2011, CADRE recorded keynote and plenary presentations as well as a number of breakout sessions. Topics range from Exemplary Practices, Mediation, Building Trust, and more.


KEYNOTE AND PLENARY SESSIONS


Symposium Opening Address from Hilary Tabor, Education Program Speciliast,
U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs:

Marshall Peter, Director, CADRE
CADRE & the Future of Exemplary Practices:

Keynote Introduction from Philip Moses, Assistant Director of CADRE:

Bernie Mayer, Ph.D., Professor
Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, Creighton University:

Question and Answer Segment:

Introduction from Philip Moses, Assistant Director of CADRE:

Michelle Lebaron, Professor of Law and Director
 UBC Program on Dispute Resolution:

Introduction from Marshall Peter, Director of CADRE

Alexa Posny, Assistant Secretary
U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs:

Introduction from Marshall Peter, Director of CADRE:

Melody Musgrove, Director
Office of Special Education Programs:

Question and Answer Segment:


CONCURRENT SESSIONS


Michael Moffitt, Dean 
University of Oregon School of Law:

Miriam Kurtzig Freedman, Attorney
Chandler & Miller LLP, School Law Pro, SPEDCO:

Nick Martin, The Center for Accord, Inc.:

Prudence Hutton, Attorney:

Timothy Hedeen, Professor
Kennesaw State University:


 

Symposium: 
Showcasing Exemplary Practices: CADRE's 5th National Symposium