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Training 3: Effectively Using Your EWS Reports: Hints and Tips
Web-based Event
October 25, 2012
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM   (Eastern)
“Effectively Using Your EWS Reports: Hints and Tips,” the third in the National High School Center’s series on the Early Warning Intervention and Monitoring system (EWIMS) implementation process, will discuss the various reports that can be run using the EWS Middle Grades and High School Tools. Members of the National High School Center's EWS Team will demonstrate how to run the reports and suggest different ways that schools and districts may use the reports to help inform their EWS decisions

Got Transition Radio: Episode 13: Health Care Transition in a New State, Part II
Web-based Event
October 25, 2012
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM   (Eastern)
In “Got Transition Radio: Episode 13: Health Care Transition in a New State, Part II,” Owen Erquiaga, a youth leader from Nevada and Eileen Forlenza, will discuss his lessons learned finding health care and employment and transitioning to a state 2,000 miles away.

Attendance Matters: How Expanded Learning Opportunities Keep Kids in School
Web-based Event
October 25, 2012
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM   (Eastern)
The Expanded Learning and Afterschool Project will hold a webinar, “Attendance Matters: How Expanded Learning Opportunities Keep Kids in School.” When students miss school they lose their opportunity to succeed, missing important lessons and hands-on practice, and potentially holding the entire class back by repeating missed material. The webinar will discuss what is working in communities across the country to combat chronic absences. It is part of a series developed by the Expanded Learning and Afterschool Project to deliver research and best practices to educators and afterschool leaders who are committed to expanded learning for all young people.

Achieving Inclusion Across the Globe
Conference
October 25, 2012 - October 28, 2012
Washington, DC
The Arc has partnered with Inclusion International, a global federation of family-based organizations advocating for the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities worldwide Inclusion International, for the 2012 National Convention and International Forum. The event will connect with members of the intellectual and developmental disability community from across the globe and offers sessions from experts in the field, social events, networking opportunities, and The Arc’s annual business meeting.

School-Based Health Professionals Respond to Bullying
Web-based Event
October 24, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM   (Eastern)
The Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention will host “School-Based Health Professionals Respond to Bullying,” a webinar focused on bullying in school settings, on October 24th. This webinar, developed in collaboration with the National Association of School Nurses and the National Assembly of School-Based Health Care, will showcase perspectives from clinicians and students along with best practices for bullying prevention and response. School-based health centers and school nurses know that healthy students learn better and that kids who are bullied can experience negative physical health, school, and mental health issues. A safe and supportive school climate can help prevent bullying, and provide a safe environment for learning and mental development. The webinar will include perspectives from both a clinic and from youth on working with bullying issues.

DCDT 2012 “Transition – Reaching New Altitudes”
Conference
October 24, 2012 - October 26, 2012
Denver, CO
“Transition – Reaching New Altitudes,” sponsored by the Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT), will be held in Denver, Colorado, October 24-26.

National Dropout Prevention Network Conference
Conference
October 14, 2012 - October 17, 2012
Orlando, FL
The 24th Annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference, “Ignite the Potential Within Connect, Inspire, Graduate!,” will be held October 14-17, 2012, in Orlando, Florida.

National Symposium on Juvenile Services: Merging Juvenile Justice and Youth Development: Responding to the Needs of the Field
Conference
October 14, 2012 - October 18, 2012
Las Vegas, NV
The National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS) will host its 18th National Symposium on Juvenile Services, “Merging Juvenile Justice and Youth Development: Responding to the Needs of the Field” to address topics of importance to juvenile justice practitioners, such as jurisdictional planning, juvenile probation, the Prison Rape Elimination Act, and the education and health of youth in confinement.

The Implementation of Special Education-Specific Mentoring and Induction Guidelines for Local School Districts: A Pilot Study in Georgia
Web-based Event
October 10, 2012
3:00 PM - 4:40 PM   (Eastern)
The Personnel Improvement Center, NASDSE’s OSEP-funded technical assistance and dissemination project, will present a webinar on “The Implementation of Special Education-Specific Mentoring and Induction Guidelines for Local School Districts: A Pilot Study in Georgia” on October 10, 2012. Georgia’s State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) funded the development and implementation of this work, which has led to tools to use and procedures to follow for matching experienced and well-qualified special education teacher mentors with new teachers to increase both teacher retention and student achievement. No registration is necessary.

Training 2: Introduction to the New EWS Collator Tools
Web-based Event
October 10, 2012
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM   (Eastern)
“Introduction to the New EWS Collator Tools,” the second in the National High School Center’s series on the Early Warning Intervention and Monitoring system (EWIMS) implementation process, will provide a demonstration of the new EWS Middle Grades and High School Collator Tools. Members of the National High School Center’s EWS Team will explain how to load the EWS Collator Tools with readily available student data, and how that data can be loaded into either the EWS Middle Grades or High School Tools.

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