A training module series of the Center for Parent Information and Resources November 2020 IDEA 2004 takes a stand against significant disproportionality of students in particular racial or ethnic groups in special education. This training module explains what disproportionality is, which students are most often affected, and the consequences disproportionality can and does have, […]
Members of Parent Center Advisory Board
In this webinar, the data team staff from OSEP’s Research to Practice division provide an overview of the types of data that OSEP collects from states and publicly reports under Section 618 of IDEA such as child count and exiting data. Participants are shown how to access the 618 data to answer some commonly asked questions about infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities receiving services under IDEA.
(2020, October) | Useful to Parent Centers and other dissemination and technical assistance centers when writing for individuals with disabilities. How do you make writing accessible? We know how to replace steps with ramps. We know how to widen doorways and make restrooms larger for wheelchair users. We can accommodate Deaf people with Sign Language […]
We hope you enjoyed lots of treats and scary, imaginative decorations of late, and now we’re back to the tricky new normal, with its challenges and complexities. This Buzz connects you with resources for supporting parents during COVID and for cultivating strong home-school collaborations.
We hope you can squeeze in time to check out the many new resources and tools appearing on the autumn scene, because they are timely and highly relevant to the work we do and the people we care about.
A library collection hosted by CPIR Developed by NAPTAC | Native American Parent Technical Assistance Center New resources being developed by LDAH | Leadership in Disabilities and Achievement of Hawaii September 2020 The training and briefs that NAPTAC created for Parent Centers included specific worksheets, group activities, and resource lists, all of which are designed […]
How Right Now is an initiative to address people’s feelings of grief, loss, and worry during the COVID-19 pandemic. It aims to increase people’s ability to adapt and be resilient during this time.
The initiative’s Partner Toolkit provides materials tailored for use with specific audiences and communities (people ages 65 and over; caregivers; people with pre-existing mental health or physical conditions; those experiencing violence; and those experiencing economic distress). Among the materials you’ll find in the toolkit are sharable graphics to promote the How Right Now initiative and website; graphics that illustrate simple ways to support emotional well-being; and a launch video featuring how people are coping during the pandemic. A Spanish version of the toolkit is available, too! Find out more here.
New resources added during the week of October 12, 2020. Note: A date in parentheses means the publication date of that resource, not the date we posted it here. This is to let you see at a glance how current the information is. Updated as of October 13, 2020 This short page […]
The pages within this suite are regularly updated as new resources emerge Coronavirus. COVID-19! What to do, where to turn? CPIR started this resource page on coronavirus in mid-March 2020. We had hoped to keep it short, but so much information has since emerged that we’ve now split the page into a suite of […]
September 2020 A publication of the Center for Parent Information and Resources Written by Rosie Rowe, Executive Director, the PTI of Hawaiʻi English version | Word version (3 pages) and | PDF version (2 pages) Spanish version | Online in HTML | in Word and PDF Return to the Native American Resource Collection Native Hawaiians […]