Week of Nov 12th
- November 13, 2018NYSED BLUEPRINT: IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL RESULTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
NYSED BLUEPRINT: IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL RESULTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIESArc Herkimer350 S. Washington StreetHerkimer, NY 13350Buy Tickets
NYSED BLUEPRINT: IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL RESULTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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. This SUPAC training will walk participants through the seven core principles to help them develop a better understanding of each.
This Presentation is Free--Registration is Required
Please RSVP by 3/23/18 to Janet LaRock 315-574-7780.
You may also register via the SUPAC website at: http://supac.org/training/register-supac-trainings/ or register by phone at (315) 443-4336 or toll free 877-824-9555.
- November 14, 2018Baldwinsville Series Session 2: How to Involve and Encourage Student Participation in the IEP Process
Baldwinsville Series Session 2: How to Involve and Encourage Student Participation in the IEP ProcessBaker High School29 E. Oneida StreetLarge Conference RoomBaldwinsville, NY 13027Buy Tickets
Family Connections: Meaningful Engagement in the Special Education Process
A Special Series for Parents and Family Members
Session 2: How to Involve and Encourage Student Participation in the IEP Process
Student participation in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) planning process improves both in-school and post-school outcomes for students with disabilities. When parents, school staff, and those participating in the IEP planning process prepare students effectively to participate in their IEP meetings the students learn self-advocacy skills and take an active role in their own IEP development. During this training parents will engage in strength based activities as well as take home many great tools and strategies to involve their child in the IEP Process.
Hosted by Baldwinsville Central Schools and Open to Parents of all School Districts
All parents, guardians, and family members can and should have meaningful participation in their children’s education, especially when the child receives special education supports and services. Effectively communicating and collaborating with the school team is essential to improved outcomes for students with disabilities. Baldwinsville Central Schools is pleased to host this four-part Family Engagement Series presented by SUPAC-Syracuse University Parent Assistance Center. Each session will provide strategies and information to build upon the next in helping families to navigate and participate in the Special Education Process for their children!