April 8, 2021
Learning Opportunities

Capacity Building (virtual) Institute (CBVI) for interdisciplinary teams from states and territories focused on improving outcomes for secondary students and youth with disabilities is right around the corner!
1 - 4 PM (Eastern) daily May 3 - 6, 2021.

Pre-CBVI planning with team leaders is scheduled for April 8. (TODAY)

Questions? Contact us. ntact-collab@uncc.edu
Students and Youth with Complex Support Needs Community of Practice Discussion
April 21, 2:00 PM (ET)
Unpacking Assumptions: Equitable Approaches to Re-Engaging Students and Youth in Education and VR Services "Watch Party"
April 27, 1:00 PM (ET)
From Our Partners

TransCen, Inc. logo
Straight Talk About ADA for Special Educators and Employers
April 22, 2 - 3:30 PM (ET)
Ann Deschamps & Laura Owens

Spring Conference
April 13 - 22, 2021
Visit the Conference Site for a detailed schedule.
Think College National Coordinating Center logo
Webinar series on the work of the Think College National Coordinating Center
Part 1: April 27, 2 - 3 PM
Institute of Education Sciences logo
RSA & and Vocational Rehabilitation Technical Assistance Center for Quality Management's Federal Reports and Deadlines resource
Center for Dispute Resolution logo
CADRE, the National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education, is seeking a Dispute Resolution Specialist to join our team!
Lynn University doctoral candidate seeking transition coordinators and teachers for a survey.
Survey on Implementation of Self-Determination Instruction
Federal Agency Announcements
Help Advance Racial and Social Equity in Employment for People with Disabilities
Online dialogue, hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor begins April 12
U.S. Department of Education's Safer Schools and Campuses Clearinghouse

Submit best practices for returning to in-person learning and services to bestpracticesclearinghouse@ed.gov.
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