February 27, 2020 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Office of the State Superintendent of Education, 1050 First St NE (Eleanor Holmes Norton I, Room 108), Washington, DC 20002, USA
p>OSSE’s Division of Teaching and Learning invites all middleand high school educators who support English learners to a new professional development session designed to deepen understanding of the unique needsof dually identified students (those who are identified as both English learners and special needs students) within the context of secondary transition. This session will support educators involved in the transition planningprocess in understanding:
- The importance of English learner family involvement,
- The role of the dually identified student,
- Methods to develop culturally responsive transition IEPs,
- Considerations for advocating for transition services beyond high school.
School leaders, Student Services Coordinators, Special Education Coordinators, and English Learner Coordinators are strongly encouraged to register. Registration is required.
For questions, please contact Anika Harris at Anika.Harris@dc.gov.