This webinar focuses on important guidance from the U.S. Department of Education, issued on September 30th and entitled Return to School Roadmap: Development and Implementation of IEPs in the LRE. The guidance stresses the importance of revisiting the needs of students with disabilities as they return to classrooms. Have the needs and learning difficulties of individual students changed, given the impact of COVID-19, remote learning, and isolation? Do goals in the IEP need to be changed, do the services and supports to be provided need to be adjusted? Presenters from OSEP explore these and other questions, including compensatory services and addressing the school-related health needs of returning students.
(2019) | (Available in English and Spanish) The SpecialQuest Multimedia Training Library includes early childhood inclusion training resources. The videos and training sessions support high-quality inclusion of preschoolers (ages 3 to 5) in early care and education settings that are responsive to the priority and concerns of families. The target audiences are early childhood professional development […]
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, […]
by Lisa Küpper Center for Parent Information and Resources July 2016 Editor’s Note: Module 14 was originally written in 2007. In 2016, its contents were updated and “toured” as part of a CPIR webinar for Parent Centers. Should you wish to listen to that webinar (where other updated IEP modules were toured as well), the […]
by Lisa Küpper Center for Parent Information and Resources July 2016 Editor’s Note: Module 12 was originally written in 2007. In 2016, its contents were updated and “toured” as part of a CPIR webinar for Parent Centers. Should you wish to listen to that webinar (where other updated IEP modules were toured as well), the […]
The Native American Parent Technical Assistance Center (NAPTAC) produced a rich collection of materials for Parent Centers to use in planning and conducting outreach to the Native American families of children with disabilities in their service regions. CPIR has integrated half of this enormous collection into the Hub and held this webinar, where we took a tour of the resources within.
Building the Legacy | Construyendo el Legado Updated, 2020 The Building the Legacy / Construyendo el Legado training curriculum is intended to help all those involved with children with disabilities understand and implement Part B of IDEA 2004, the nation’s special education law. The curriculum is organized according to five themes central to IDEA, with […]
As toddlers receiving early intervention services approach their third birthday, it’s time to start planning ahead for when they (and their families) leave the Part C system and move on to either Part B services or other appropriate programs or services. Module 9 focuses on the development of a transition plan for the exiting […]
Webinar | New Resources on 1) Trauma Informed Practices and 2) Special Education Parent Advisory Committees
In this webinar, CPIR premieres two new resources: the online Resource Collection on Trauma-Informed Care (organized as 5 mini-collections by topic) and Advocacy in Action: A Guide to Local Special Education Parent Advisory Councils. Access both of these resources in this webinar archive, and listen to the webinar itself.