NYSED Blue Print: Improving Educational Results for Students with Disabilities

When:
April 19, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
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Where:
Exceptional Family Resources
1820 Lemoyne Ave
Syracuse, NY 13208
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Karen Adams
315-478-1462 Ext. 337

Presenter: Kristine O’Brien, Training Specialist – SUPAC

Where:   EFR 1820 Lemoyne Ave., Syracuse NY 13208

When:    Thursday April 19, 2018

Time:      Noon to 2pm Bring your own lunch, beverages are provided

Cost:       Our workshops are FREE & open to the public; MSC can receive a 2-hour certificate

RSVP:      kadams@contactefr.org  or call 478-1462 Ext. 337 Registration is required. (OPWDD Family Education & Training (FET) credit is available)

The mission of the New York State Education Department (NYSED), Office of Special Education, is to ensure that students with disabilities have opportunities to benefit from high-quality instruction, to reach the same standards as all students, and to leave school prepared to successfully transition to post school learning, living and working. Through this process, there are essential and fundamental procedural rights and protections afforded by federal and State law both to parents and students with disabilities.

NYSED has developed a Blue Print for Improved Results for Students with Disabilities. This SUPAC training will walk participants through the Blue Print’s seven core principles to help them develop a better understanding of each.

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