“My Voice Matters”: Strategies for Special Education  Students to Participate in CSE Meetings


Empowering Special Education Students is a goal worthy of all of us. It is not always an easy thing to do, however. Come watch this wonderful video presentation of a program at one school district where this is happening. Not only are they empowering students, but they are also planning so that they can participate in and sometimes even run the CSE meeting.
 
After the video, participants will be able to ask questions and partake in a discussion facilitated by Executive Board Members of the Capital Region chapter of the Special Education Task Force. There will be discussion about what people see in the video as well as successful strategies as well as barriers to having students participate in their own CSE meetings.


Friday December 15th, 2017

Registration: 9:30 am-10:00 am
Program: 10:00 am-12:00 pm


Location: Colonie Town Library
William K. Sanford Town Library
629 Albany-Shaker Road
Loudonville, NY 12211

Registration: Online at https://goo.gl/forms/jmfAk0XIKnH71wT73

Dowload Flyer:
  http://bit.ly/2iDW4VR


Need additional information?

Contact Helen Charland at DRNY
helen.charland@drny.org or 518-432-7861
Or contact

Steve Oill at Parsons Child and Family Center
Steve.Oill@Parsonscenter.org or 518-598-5209 


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Capital District Task Force


The Special Education Task Force is comprised of over 200 parent advocates, school district staff, attorneys and other individuals who specialize in Special Education Law, and work collaboratively to ensure that children with disabilities are educated in the least restrictive setting and receive a free and appropriate education. 

The Capital District Special Education Task Force includes Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schoharie, Schenectady, and Warren.

The Capital District Special Education Task Force has an online mail list to share information about upcoming events and to allow  Executive Councilmembers to share information with other Task Force members. In an effort to avoid overwhelming your inbox, use of the mail list is limited to notifications of task force events and cannot be used for other purposes.  To join the Capital District mail list, subscribe here and choose “Capital.District.Special.Ed.Task.Force” on the dropdown menu.  You will then receive an email request to confirm your subscription by following the link provided in the email.  It's as easy as that!  


You may also subscribe to any or all of the other regional Special Ed Task Force lists, but you will need to do so one at a time.

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