On-Demand Webinar
Making Special Education "Special:" Ensuring Maximal Instead of Minimal Benefits

Watch this hour-long webinar to enhance your understanding of how to reduce the gap for students with disabilities in your district and ensure compliance with the 2017 Supreme Court Ruling on Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District RE-1.

Raise the Bar for All Students

Improving general and special education teachers’ instructional skills is essential to ensuring that students with disabilities achieve academic success and are prepared for college and employment. The 2017 Supreme Court Ruling on Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District RE-1 has made equipping teachers with the skills and knowledge to be able to teach all students to a higher level even more imperative for districts. Read CORE Founder Linda Diamond’s blog Decoding the Impact of the Supreme Court Decision on Special Education for more details about the ruling and its implications.

Ensure Teachers Have the Skills to Support the Learning Needs of All Students

CORE offers professional learning programs specially designed to teach your preK-12 teachers, administrators and aides evidence-based teaching practices, including the best practices to remediate children with disabilities and to prevent learning difficulties from becoming entrenched.

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