New state test results show that students learn best in person with their educators and friends. Students who learned in hybrid or remote models last year did not achieve as much compared to students who learned in person. Being in person also ensures that students have access to all that schools provide – like healthy meals and extracurricular activities.Read More
Everything you need to know about COVID-19. This page is jam packed with resources to help families, schools and community partners.Read More
What will school be like for special education students this year? What’s happening with prevention strategies like masks, vaccinations and social distancing? How will these steps affect special education students?
The next edition of Answers will address these questions and more when it returns on Tuesday, September7, at 6:00 pm. There will be an update on the latest news about special education in Connecticut and the nation. Plus back to school guidance for parents of special education students. Followed by a discussion with Bryan Klimkiewicz, Bureau Chief of the Bureau of Special Education at the Connecticut State Department of Education. As always, there will be time for Q&A with participants during this live webinar.
Registration in advance is required for this Zoom webinar. Information is below and in the attachment.
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When: Sep 7, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Answers: Special Education in the COVID-19 Era
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