Portuguese Language Presentations

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Spanish Language Presentations

« Prev1 / 2Next »2020-01-08 Los Derechos Básicos en Educacion EspecialDerechos Basicos en Educaciόn Especial (Spanish)Derechos Básicos en Educación EspecialDerechos Educativos de los Niños InmigrantesDerechos HumanosEvaluacion NeurosicologicaLos proximos pasosIntroducción al IEP Federación para Niños con Necesidades EspecialesIEP Sección 1 El Referido Federación para Niños con Necesidades EspecialesIEPRead more

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

« Prev1 / 1Next »RTSC February Webinar Supporting LGBTQ YouthUnderstanding Bilingual Language Development Part 1Where Is Everyone? How to Welcome Families of Diverse Backgrounds into Your PACs into Your PACHow do I know if my bilingual child has a speech and language disorder?What does a bilingual languageRead more

Family Support in Education

« Prev1 / 1Next »Indicator 8 - Parent Involvement2017-08 Practical Tips For Dealing With School Refusal - RTSC2019 07 16 Role of a Special Education Parent Advisory Council2019 03 Get Involved Parent Participation is EssentialAfter School for All« Prev1 / 1Next »Read more

MA Statewide Family Engagement Center

« Prev1 / 4Next »MA Framework Module 4MA Framework Module 3MA Framework Module 2MA Framework Module 1Giáo dục Kỹ Thuật và Nghề: Gia đình và học sinh cần biết điều gì?Fòmasyon Pwofesyonèl ak Teknik (an anglè : CTE) : Kisa fanmi ak etidyan yo dwe konnenEnsino TécnicoRead more

Family and Community Engagement (FACET)

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Transition Goals in the IEP

Where do transition goals go in the Individualized Education Program (IEP)? View/Download a copy of the Transition Planning Form (TPF) View/Download a copy of the Massachusetts Individual Education Program Transition services are defined by federal law (the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA) as a "coordinated set ofRead more

Age of Majority

What changes when my child turns 18? In Massachusetts, at the age of 18, a student is legally considered to be an adult even if they have a disability. This is called the “age of majority”.  In the eyes of the law, they assume adult rights andRead more