Building Effective Partnerships with Schools

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FROM: The TA Network ,The Institute for Innovation and Implementation ,School of Social Work,University of Maryland, Baltimore The recording of the Rural Mental Health Learning Community’s webinar Building Effective Partnerships with Schools is now available. Please access it using the … Continued

Announcing 2016-17 School Performance Reports

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Note From: NJ ESSA Dear Colleagues, Today, I am proud to present the 2016-17 School Performance Reports, which include more information and are available earlier than ever before. These enhanced reports reflect the NJDOE’s extensive efforts to engage with stakeholders like … Continued

FEDS WARN CHARTERS ON SPECIAL EDUCATION

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Charter schools must provide special education services and ensure that students with disabilities are not discriminated against just like traditional public schools, federal education officials say. In a “Dear Colleague” letter issued Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Education said that charters have … Continued

Exploring the School-To-Prison Pipeline

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What are the unintended consequences of bad school discipline policies? One consequence is the channeling of fairly inoffensive young people into the criminal justice system. The phenomenon of the school-to-prison pipeline has advocates and some school boards working to rethink … Continued

NJ Office of Special Education Programs

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NJ Office of Special Education Programs Provides an overview of the Office of Special Education Programs, including information for Parents & Families. The office implements state and federal laws and regulations governing special education to ensure that pupils with disabilities … Continued

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