Fall Workshop Series: Understanding & Accessing the Full Continuum of Special Education Placements
Special Education Workshop Series - Placement Options - event flyer thumbnailAll students with disabilities are entitled to a free, appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. But who decides what is “appropriate” for a particular child, and what constitutes the “least restrictive environment”? Whether the placement is yet undecided, the general education classroom with all necessary supports, a local self-contained classroom, or a private school, parents often find themselves in the role of advocate. This workshop series, presented by the attorneys of Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, is offered free of charge at locations in Chatham (October 7), Millburn (October 14), and Paramus (October 21). Visit our EventBrite page for more information and to register. Click here to download our PDF flyer for the workshop series.

We are an alliance of more than 30 state-approved private special education schools in Northern and Central New Jersey whose members are committed to great outcomes.

…Empowering educators
and advocates for
students with special
needs through education,
information, support
and advocacy.

Did you know?

For any child classified as having a disability, private special education schools are an option that must be considered. Tuition and transportation are paid for by the local school districts – never the parents.

Need to find a school for student with disabilities?

Click here to use our Private Special Education School Finder, and search for an appropriate school by disability, age range, or geographic area served, or any combination of these.

Alliance Members’ Workshops and Seminars

Alliance members regularly provide free training and education events on topics of interest to parents, special educators, and professionals
Check our Member Events Calendar for information on a workshop
that might be valuable to you!

click for calendar of special education workshops