Confronting Student Mental Health: Practical & Legal Considerations in General Education

Confronting Student Mental Health: Practical & Legal Considerations in General Education Webinar

1 hour

In this webinar, nationally recognized school law practitioner John Comegno provides information about legal and practical considerations of working with students with SEB needs in the general education setting.

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You support kids’ social, emotional and behavioral (SEB) needs every day. But how can you do that effectively with limited resources – and lack of consensus on how they should be used to help students? Is there anything you should avoid doing to address SEB needs?

In this webinar, nationally recognized school law practitioner John Comegno provides information about legal and practical considerations of working with students with SEB needs in the general education setting.

You’ll learn:

  • Recent sobering statistics about student mental health issues
  • SEB resources available in a general education setting
  • Potential legal consequences of not providing consistent SEB support
  • Things to keep in mind when working with parents
  • Ways to be increasingly mindful of equity as a community



John B. Comegno II, Esq.

Founder and President, Comegno Law Group, P.C.

John is recognized nationally as a leading School Law practitioner and lecturer, representing public and independent schools, as well as education vendors, throughout the country. John has litigated hundreds of IDEA and Section 504 cases. In addition to his practice, John serves as an adjunct professor of law, and has lectured to thousands of educational professionals cross the country. His engaging and entertaining delivery, always advancing educational best practices, is widely sought for convention keynotes, professional conferences, and in-school professional development.

“We ought to further our family partnerships and our community partnerships. It’s not something that can be understated, because this is a community consideration and we need to work together.”

John Comegno

DISCLAIMER: Frontline Education does not provide legal advice. Always consult your district’s legal counsel on issues surrounding mental health issues.

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