Special Education Leadership

How to be a Special Education PRO (Proactive, Responsive and Organized)

  • June 20th, 2018
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Designed to assist novice special education leaders, this session features tools and strategies to support mandated data collection and reporting of IDEA related services. This experience will afford energies, ideas, and strategies related to weekly, monthly, and yearly recurring reporting events. Given new skills, participants will identify work habits essential to mandated special education data collection and reporting as well as cyclical monitoring of continuous improvement (CMCI).

Sielke Caparelli, Ph.D., PaTTAN Pittsburgh
Paula Schmitt, PaTTAN Pittsburgh

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