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Promoting Progress for Struggling Students and Students with Disabilities in Private Schools
Are you looking to support struggling students or students with disabilities in nonpublic schools? Join the PROGRESS Center for a national forum on Promoting Progress in Private Schools. This event is open to all educators and leaders interested in supporting students with disabilities or students who are struggling within nonpublic schools. The forum will include a keynote address from Dr. Erik Carter, a Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Special Education at Vanderbilt University focused on developing a sense of belonging for all students in private schools, including students with disabilities. His research and teaching focus on evidence-based strategies for supporting access to the general curriculum and promoting valued roles in school, work, community, and congregational settings for children with disabilities. Following the keynote, panelists will unpack the various ways that nonpublic schools impact community and belonging for students of all abilities. Panelists will share their experiences from a variety of perspectives, including parent and teacher perspectives. The event will conclude with four breakout sessions featuring freely available resources to support students and educators from national educational centers: PROGRESS Center, National Center on Intensive Intervention, IRIS Center, and National Center on Improving Literacy.

Please use this registration to register for the keynote and panel session. To register for your selected breakout session, visit https://promotingprogress.org/events/private-school-forum-2021 and identify the breakout session you are interested in attending. You will need to register for that session separately.

Oct 19, 2021 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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