Collaborating for Student Success: Planning for Sustainability - 014909
Sustainability can be defined as continuing improvement practices over time through needs assessment, action planning, and ongoing improvement (Noonan, 2014, p.109). This follow-up session will bring local educational agencies, charter school transition-related personnel teams, and Texas Workforce Solution Transition Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors back together to reflect, revise, and develop sustainable goals and receive community support to cultivate partnerships. This collaborative event is hosted by ESC Regions 10 and 11 and Texas Workforce Solutions.

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Teacher - Special Education, Transition Specialists to Transition Personnel, Community/Public, Coordinators, Higher Education Personnel, VAC (Vocational Adjustment Coordinators)

02597210/18/2019 09:00am - 01:00pmMansfield ISD Center for Performing Arts 1110 W. Debbie Ln. Mansfield, Texas 76063
Fee   None
Credit Hours   04:00 hours of Continuing Professional Education 
Seats Left   136 

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