Ensure Equity and Excellence for Students with Disabilities
The 2017 ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District RE-1, has put a renewed focus on ensuring students with disabilities not only receive a free and appropriate public education (FAPE), but also experience true educational equity.
Join Dr. Michelle Hosp, Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Dr. Arun Ramanathan, CEO of Pivot Learning, as they reflect on special education post-Endrew and offer advice for meeting the more rigorous requirements set for teaching students with disabilities moving forward.
Watch this webinar on-demand to learn:
- The impact of the Endrew F. supreme court ruling on special education
- The challenges facing students, parents, educators, and school districts in complying with Endrew
- Why ambitious IEPs with clear goals are more important than ever under Endrew
- How to use CBM data to write robust goals and objectives
- Strategies for evaluating IEP goals across a district to ensure rigor
- Tools for using research-based instructional practices
- The importance of professional learning for special education and general education teachers and paraprofessionals to create inclusive classrooms for all students
- How other districts are setting high expectations for students with disabilities and supporting their progress toward meaningful goals