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High Leverage Practice Crosswalks for Literacy, Math and Transition (VDOE TTAC at GMU)
Based on the work of the CEEDAR Center and Council for Exceptional Children, the GMU TTAC Team has created High Leverage Practice Crosswalks in the areas of Math, Literacy and Transition to support...
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"Managing the IEP Process Through a Trauma-Informed Lens" Webinar, June 15 from 9:00am-12:00pm
Registration-"Managing the IEP Process Through a Trauma-Informed Lens" Webinar The Virginia Department of Education’s Department of Special Education and Student Services is hosting a voluntary...
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Employment Checklist for Students (Ages 14-22) with Disabilities (PEATC)
Getting a job is an exciting experience that takes planning. There are important documents you may need before you can get a job. There are skills you will need to prepare you for employment, and...
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Now Open! Parent Registration for K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants & Pre-Registration for Interested Tutors and Education Service Providers (Virginia Department of Education, VDOE)
The Virginia Department of Education is now accepting applications from parents for tutoring microgrants for their children through Governor Glenn Youngkin’s K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants...
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Registration is Open! Opening Doors - Unlocking Potential 2023: Evolution in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education (ODUP)
Register for Opening Doors- Unlocking Potential 2023 - ODUP 2023 is an in-person event bringing together professionals and parents from across the Commonwealth of Virginia to engage in...
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