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Registration is Open! Content Teaching Academy (CTA) at James Madison University, June 24-27, 2024
The Content Teaching Academy (CTA) is a professional development program for in-service teachers hosted on the campus of JMU each summer. The CTA offers targeted and sustained professional learning on...
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CEC 2025 Call for Proposals is Open
The Call for Proposals is open for CEC's 2025 Special Education and Expo! This is your opportunity to participate in the programming at CEC's 2025 Convention in Baltimore, Maryland. If you have...
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Self, Health, and Relationship Education (SHaRE): Guidelines for the Consideration of Age Appropriate and Developmentally Appropriate Instruction & SHaRE Guide (Virginia Department of Education, VDOE)
Legislation passed during the 2020 Virginia General Assembly session requires Individualized Education Program (IEP) Teams to consider the need for age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate...
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Webcast: Mental Health Considerations for Transitioning to the Postsecondary World (VCU Autism Center for Excellence, ACE)
Presented by Staci Carr, Ph.D - Paying attention to the behavior and mental health of students with disabilities is crucial for their overall well-being and success, especially as they transition to...
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Virginia High-Leverage Practices Priority Survey (The survey is open now until September 6, 2024.)
This Virginia High-Leverage Practices Priority survey aims to collect information from relevant stakeholders, such as principals, general and special education teachers, paraprofessionals,...
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