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Monthly Updates for Districts and Schools

Contact Information

Special Education

360-725-6075
TTY:
360-664-3631

These updates are created by the OSPI Special Education staff. The Special Education Office will send out an email via GovDelivery when the update for the current month is available.

Monthly Updates

Webinars

2019–20 School Year

Date of Webinar Topics and Materials
January 9, 2020 Washington's Cross-Agency Transition Collaborative
March 11, 2020 GATE Equity Series 101: Implementing & Sustaining Inclusionary Practices PowerPoint
March 11, 2020 GATE Series 201: Master Scheduling for Inclusionary Practices PowerPoint

2018–19 School Year

Date of Webinar Topics and Materials
June 5, 2019 Graduation Pathways Webinar slides
May 7, 2019

Addressing Disproportionality Webinar Recording

Addressing Disproportionality Webinar Slides

April 3, 2019

Staffing for Special Education Services Webinar Recording

Staffing for Special Education Services Webinar Slides

March 5, 2019

Paraeducators & Prior Written NoticeTips for Avoiding Complaints in These Areas

February 5, 2019

Supporting English Learners with Disabilities Webinar Recording

Supporting English Learners with Disabilities Webinar Slides

December 4, 2018

Developing Standards-Aligned IEPs Webinar Recording

Developing Standards-Aligned IEPs Webinar Slides

November 6, 2018

Federal Child Count Collection, District Determinations, and Progress Reporting and the Impact of Endrew F.

October 2, 2018

Special Education Funding (Maintenance of Effort (MOE), and using IEPs to develop self advocacy skills for students with disabilities