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Topics set for May conference for special education administrators Print E-mail

The May 2 ODE/COSA Conference for Special Education Administrators will address some of the key issues around using data for decision making, data systems and the practices needed to effect student performance on the State Performance Plan.  The conference will be held at the Valley River Inn in Eugene.  Registration and continental breakfast begin at 8 a.m., with a welcome message delivered by the Assistant Superintendent of the Office of Student Learning and Partnerships, Dr. Nancy Latini,  at 9 a.m.

Breakout sessions begin at 9:30 a.m.  Sessions focus on important topics such as:

  • Addressing disproportionate representation of racially and ethnically diverse students in special education
  • Using data to inform instructional practices in effective and efficient systems
  • Procedural compliance review: An outcome driven model linking data, systems and practice to ensure educational results and functional outcomes for all children with disabilities
  • Post-secondary goals, leavers and diplomas

View the conference agenda.  For more information, please contact Sue Roessler.

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