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REGISTER NOW: How Adults Can Buffer Stress for Young Children and Reduce Challenging Behaviors
Young school children

Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019
9:00an - 2:30pm
Goodwin College

1 Riverside Drive
East Hartford, CT

$40/pp includes coffee and lunch

Audience: PreK - -Grade 3
Administrators, Teachers, Related Service Staff, Board of Education Members, & Community Partners.
Teams are encouraged to attend.

Andrea Brinnel
Rosie Vojtek

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SAVE THE DATE: Sept. 26-27, 2019 - NEASS Annual Fall Conference

Save the date for the New England Association of School Superintendents' 202nd Annual Fall Conference, September 26-27, 2019.

Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel, Portsmouth, NH.

To reserve a room please call 1-603-431-2300 or 1-888-627-7138. Please reserve before August 28.

Any questions, please contact: Mary E. Moran, Executive Director.


8-Day Training Series on Planning and Placement Team (PPT) Practices for Improved Student Outcomes

The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE), Bureau of Special Education (BSE), in partnership with the State Education Resource Center (SERC), announces the launch of an innovative in-district training series targeted for all educators involved in the PPT process. This training, differentiated into three levels, is designed to address the various needs of participants and build district level capacity to ensure compliance and successful outcomes for students with disabilities.  For the 2019-20, there will be a limited number of school districts selected for implementation of this training series.
Please take a moment to review the one-page flyer about this training opportunity for school districts:


2019 Neag School Special Education in Connecticut Summit: The Science of Dyslexia and Teaching Reading to Students With Disabilities in Connecticut
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Please join us on Friday, Oct. 4, for the 2019 Neag School Special Education in Connecticut Summit: “The Science of Dyslexia and Teaching Reading to Students With Disabilities in Connecticut.” Co-sponsored by the Klebanoff Institute and the University of Connecticut Neag School of Education in Hartford, Conn., this daylong summit will provide a unique opportunity for discussion and learning among educators, family/community members, policymakers, and researchers regarding the current state of practice in teaching reading to students with disabilities in Connecticut. Current issues will be discussed, as well as promising instructional practices and research that enhance reading instruction.

Space is limited

Register online today

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