ADA Audio Conference: There are no IEP's in College

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
2 - 3:30 EST


  • Howard Kallem, Chief Regional Attorney , D.C. Enforcement Office, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education

Transitioning from high school to college is tough enough; for students with disabilities who may not know their rights and responsibilities under federal law, the experience can be even tougher. This presentation will compare the rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities in high school and in college. By understanding the differences, students, parents, teachers, counselors, service providers, and administrators can be better prepared and increase student's chances of graduating.

Cost per site (regardless of the number of participants at each site)

  • $25 for nonprofits, individuals and government agencies
  • $40 for businesses

Sessions are 90 minutes and delivered by telephone (call in to a toll free phone number). Participants are in "listen-only" mode until the question and answer period. The sessions are offered real-time captioned on the web.

Audio conferences are a great way to get information without traveling. You sit in your office or home or at any telephone and call in. If you have a speaker phone invite your colleagues to participate.

If you have problems/questions with registration: the Great Lakes ADA Center at 312-413-1407 voice/tty or email

CEU Credits: CRC