FREE Professional Development for Public Educators!
Through a grant provided by the Department for Elementary and Secondary Education, we are pleased to present an opportunity for early childhood educators working in Massachusetts public schools to explore latest research, discover new strategies that work, and re-energize their practice in working with families! Our Fall / Winter Series: Partnering with Families of Young Children Transitioning to Public Pre-K and Kindergarten will be offered as a three-credit graduate course from Fitchburg State University. The (mostly) online course begins on October 20, 2018 and runs through February 9, 2019. Learn more about this professional development series here!
RTSC Webinar: “Agreeing to Disagree, How to Effectively Resolve Disputes with School Districts”, presented by Kevin A. Domingos, Ph. D., and Daniel T.S. Heffernan, Esq.
Our guests discuss the available services and process for parents who request an Independent Neuropsychological Evaluation, as well as children’s educational rights. Visit our YouTube page to view the webinar.
Photos and Video: Gala 2018
Photos and video from our 2018 Gala are now online! Watch the awards ceremony and see all the beautiful hats at our Kentucky Derby-themed event. Thanks to all who donated to the Silent Auction, volunteered, or joined us for the evening! We could not do this without you. View the photos and video here!
RTSC Webinar: “10 Traits of Effective Parents in Special Education”, presented by Attorney Jeffrey Sankey
Attorney Sankey, Founder of Sankey Law Offices (a general practice litigation firm with a concentration in Special Education Law), gives an overview of best practices to help families work cooperatively with professionals to ensure a smooth dialogue around children’s IEPs and accommodations.Visit our YouTube page to view the webinar.
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