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October 2012 E-News


Announcements

The latest news and information from around the country.


New Projects

 

Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities

http://centerononlinelearning.org/
Virtual schools and online education are rapidly gaining popularity, yet little research exists on whether such methods are effective for students with disabilities. To learn more about this, the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) in the U.S. Department of Education funded the Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities in January of 2012. The five-year grant project is a partnership of the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning (KUCRL), the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), and the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE). They will conduct research on how K-12 online learning impacts the access, participation, and progress of students with disabilities and how to improve online digital curriculum materials, their delivery/support systems, and their efficacy for students with disabilities and other elementary and secondary learners.

 

Informed Consent for Healthcare: My Health – My Decision

http://myhealthconsent.org/myhealthmydecision.html
“My Health – My Decision” is a component of a larger education initiative regarding informed consent and decision-making. The curriculum was developed by a team of people with disabilities and experts in supporting them. Key Factors in their program include: introducing skills needed to help people with intellectual disabilities become more meaningfully involved in their healthcare decisions; co-presenting by people with disabilities and supporting staff/volunteers; paying co-trainers for their time and expertise; and making support staff and family members aware of the content prior to training. The complete training program is available for download.

 

Knight Foundation Announces Tech for Engagement Grants

http://tinyurl.com/8kbjgte
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced grants totaling $1.3 million to four nonprofits through its Tech for engagement Initiative. The grants will support technology projects experimenting with ways to connect people with each other and take action on issues they care about.

 

LEF Communities among 100 Best Communities for Young People

http://tinyurl.com/8qdj58a
The Public Education Network (PEN) congratulates Mobile, New York, Norwalk, Tampa-Hillsborough, Charleston, Greenville, and Cincinnati – Local Education Fund (LEF) communities – all of which were selected as part of the 100 Best Communities for Young People by America’s Promise Alliance. Each year, America’s Promise and the ING Foundation celebrate 100 deserving communities who effectively provide their youth with the Five Promises – caring adults, safe places, a healthy start, effective education, and opportunities to help others – and work to increase graduation rates.

 

Microsoft Commits $500 Million to Create Opportunities for Youth

http://www.microsoft.com/about/corporatecitizenship/en-us/youthspark/
Microsoft has launched an initiative to address the growing “opportunity gap” for some three hundred million youth in more than one hundred countries, including fifty million in the United States, over the next three years. Through the YouthSpark initiative, Microsoft will invest a total of $500 million, from both new and existing funds, in youth programs around the world and will launch three new citizenship programs.


Calls to Participate

 

Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity Call for Proposals

http://www.pacrim.hawaii.edu/
The Center on Disability Studies at the University of Hawai‘i seeks proposals for presentations for the 29th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity: Being in Community, which will be held April 29-30, 2013, Honolulu, Hawai’i. “Being in Community” embraces the ideals of all people living together harmoniously without fear of exclusion from social, economic, or political life. It means living inter-dependently, ensuring that basic needs are met, that policies and laws are accessible and fair to all. It means “nothing about us, without us.” Being in community requires awareness and a profound commitment to the work we have done and continue to do to make things right in the world. It means taking diversity to a new and more meaningful level where everyone is treated as a full human being without exception. Deadline for proposals: January 7, 2013.

 

George Washington University’s Distance Education Master of Arts Program

http://gsehd.gwu.edu/programfinder/519-tse/online/graduatecertificate/95-tsecert
The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development is recruiting for its online Youth Transition, Career, and Vocational Services Master’s degree program, supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Funding will cover a large portion of student tuition costs. Students are expected to register for at least 2 courses (6 credits) per semester. For more information about the Master’s program or applying for a tuition award, email Bridget Green at greenb@gwu.edu or Dr. Michael Ward at mjward@gwu.edu. Deadline for submitting applications: November 15, 2012.

 

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

http://www.pacer.org/bullying/nbpm/
Students, parents, and educators across the country will show their support for bullying prevention in October, during PACER’s seventh annual National Bullying Prevention Month. October 10 is Unity Day, when students will wear orange and unite against bullying through events, activities, outreach, and education. Participants can “Attend” and “Share” the Unity Day Facebook Event with family and friends, and check out PACER’s practical resources that make it easier to take action and remember that “The End of Bullying Begins with Me.”

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The Resource Zone


Other National Resources

 

Back On Track: Report on Dropout Recovery Programs in the Southwest  (August 2012)
Report

http://bit.ly/Pg5FMx
“Back on Track Through College in the Rio Grande Valley: From Dropout Recovery to Postsecondary Success,” a new First Focus report, discusses how Dropout recovery programs are gaining traction in the Southwest as several “back-on-track” initiatives succeed through an innovative educational structure in helping students to obtain a high school diploma while taking college courses to prepare for their future. The report looks at the legacy of Dr. Daniel King, a Texas Independent School District superintendent who in 2007 launched the College, Career, and Technology Academy (CCTA) to assist minority, economically disadvantaged, and at-risk students to capitalize on their untapped potential.

 

CADRE Unveils New Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase  (2012)
Resource Collection

http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/parent/matrixCMK.cfm
The Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase is a searchable collection of resources related to special education dispute resolution that are of value to parents and the centers who serve them. These resources can also benefit to educators and professionals who work with family members.

 

CADRE Webinar: Re-connecting with the Roots of the IEP/IFSP Process  (September 2012)
Archived Webinar

http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/abellwebinar.cfm
On September 19, 2012, CADRE hosted a webinar with guest presenter Greg Abell of Sound Options Group. Efforts at improving the IEP/IFSP processes often focus on compliance issues. This webinar explored the IEP/IFSP processes as Adaptive Learning tasks that bring a diverse group of people together to engage a complex challenge, and explored ways to balance the Technical (compliance) elements with the Adaptive (innovative) elements of these processes while reconnecting with the core values of the IDEA.

 

Casey Foundation Analysis of Survey on Increase in Child Poverty Rates  (September 2012)
Survey Summary

http://tinyurl.com/9ulkhbp
The rate of children living in poverty nationally increased from 19% in 2005 to 23% in 2011, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS). An analysis of ACS data by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Population Reference Bureau found that child poverty rates for 44 of the 50 largest cities in the nation increased between 2005 and 2011 at rates of from 12%-57%. Las Vegas, Jacksonville, Arlington (TX), Indianapolis, and Wichita (KS) experienced the biggest increase in their child poverty rate. The Casey Foundation has updated its KIDS COUNT Data Center to reflect the ACS data.

 

Child Trends Fact Sheet: What Works for Female Children and Adolescents  (August) PDF document
Fact Sheet

http://www.childtrends.org/Files//Child_Trends-2012_08_20_WW_FemaleChildrenAdol.pdf
Child Trends has issued a Fact Sheet/Research Brief, “What Works for Female Children and Adolescents: Lessons from Experimental Evaluations of Programs and Interventions.” It synthesizes findings from evaluations of interventions to reduce risk factors for children and youth, presenting what works – and what doesn’t – for girls. Available in pdf (23 pages, 641 KB).

 

Child Trends Fact Sheet: What Works for Male Children and Adolescents  (August 2012) PDF document
Fact Sheet

http://www.childtrends.org/Files//Child_Trends-2012_08_20_WW_MaleChildrenAdol.pdf
Child Trends has issued a Fact Sheet/Research Brief, “What Works for Male Children and Adolescents: Lessons from Experimental Evaluations of Programs and Interventions.” It synthesizes findings evaluations of interventions to reduce risk factors for children and youth, presenting what works – and what doesn’t – for boys. Available in pdf (28 pages, 533 KB).

 

Child Trends Resource Collection on Positive Indicators  (2012)
Resource Collection

http://tinyurl.com/8bc4gke
As part of its Flourishing Children Project, Child Trends has added a collection of resources on Positive Indicators of child development to its website. Child Trends has developed rigorous national indicators of flourishing among children and youth for inclusion in national surveys, research studies, and program evaluations.

 

Closing the Expectations Gap  (September)
Report

http://www.achieve.org/ClosingtheExpectationsGap2012
The seventh annual “Closing the Expectations Gap” report by Achieve analyzes how states are aligning college- and career-ready (CCR) standards in English and mathematics with policies that send clear signals about what it means to be academically prepared for college and careers after high school. The report details states’ policy progress on the CCR agenda, and efforts to implement those policies. All 50 states and the District of Columbia have adopted standards aligned to the expectations of college and careers.

 

Everybody Learns, Everybody Works: Using Universal Design for Learning in Workforce Development Programs  (October 2012)
InfoBrief

http://www.ncwd-youth.info/information-brief-37
NCWD/Youth has released “Everybody Learns, Everybody Works: Using Universal Design for Learning in Workforce Development Programs,” an InfoBrief for professionals who work directly with youth in workforce development programs. It explains the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), an educational model that makes any general curriculum accessible to all learners, regardless of learning style, and brief describes how UDL principles can be used in work experiences and training settings to engage all youth, including youth with disabilities.

 

National Juvenile Justice Network: Advances in Juvenile Justice Reform  (September 2012)
Report

http://www.njjn.org/our-work/juvenile-justice-reform-advances-2009-2011
The National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN), with funding from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation's Models for Change initiative, has released “Advances in Juvenile Justice Reform: 2009-2011.” The report documents advances and reforms in juvenile justice across the country between 2009-2011 in 24 policy areas, including closing and downsizing facilities, reducing the recidivism rate, stemming the school-to-prison pipeline, and addressing juveniles involved in the adult justice system.

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What's Happening



Other National Events

 

Staying the Course: Sustainability of Dropout Prevention Efforts in a Large Urban School District: Teaming, Action Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, and Celebration
Web-based Event
http://www.ndpc-sd.org/
The “Staying the Course: Sustainability of Dropout Prevention Efforts in a Large Urban School District: Teaming, Action Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, and Celebration” webinar will discuss the training and technical assistance provided to schools using the Dropout Prevention Intervention Framework of the National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities (NDPC-SD). Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the fourth largest school district in the nation, for the past six years, has collaborated with NDPC-SD in working to decrease the dropout rate for students with disabilities. M-DCPS’s key strategies and protocols for developing and implementing action plans based on data analysis, monitoring and evaluating progress, and celebrating student and school successes will be examined.

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)
https://tadnet.adobeconnect.com/pic
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.

School-Based Health Professionals Respond to Bullying
Web-based Event
October 24, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM   (Eastern)
http://www.stopbullying.gov/blog/?p=392
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.

Attendance Matters: How Expanded Learning Opportunities Keep Kids in School
Web-based Event
October 25, 2012
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM   (Eastern)
http://expandinglearning.org/
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.

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)
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/250611672
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.

Self-Determination, UDL, Access to the General Education Curriculum, and the Third Generation of the Inclusion Movement
Web-based Event
October 30, 2012
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM   (Eastern)
http://www.cec.sped.org/scriptcontent/custom/events/webinars.cfm
“Self-Determination, UDL, Access to the General Education Curriculum, and the Third Generation of the Inclusion Movement” is a Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) webinar on practices within special education that will be needed to keep the momentum from the past quarter century moving. It will introduce a model for educational planning incorporating strategies to provide all students with access to the general education curriculum and addressing students’ unique educational needs, and will examine the role of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), self-determination, and student-directed learning in ensuring access to the general education curriculum and high quality educational outcomes for all students. Registrants can download a recording of the webinar afterward, and the recordings may be stored on a computer and replayed at any time; as copyrighted products, however, they are not to be posted on networked systems or Web sites.

International Bullying Prevention Conference
Conference
November 4, 2012 - November 6, 2012
Kansas City, KS
http://www.stopbullyingworld.org/
The International Bullying Prevention Association’s annual conference will be held November 4-6th in Kansas City. More than 50 sessions are scheduled, bringing together experts from across the US to offer ideas, research, and networking opportunities in an effort to stop bullying. Topics address bullying prevention from pre-K through university settings.

“I am more than a diagnosis!”: The Impact of Personal Identity on Health Care Transitions for Young Adults with Special Health Care Needs
Web-based Event
November 7, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM   (Eastern)
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/769469241
The “I am more than a diagnosis!” webinar will review research on identity development and its impact on health promoting behaviors and positive mental health. A panel of young adults with various health care needs will respond and share their current strategies coping with challenges as they move toward adulthood.

The Impact of the Apology on Communication and Negotiation
Web-based Event
November 14, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM   (Pacific)
http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/meierdingwebinar.cfm
CADRE will host a free webinar, “The Impact of the Apology on Communication and Negotiation,” with guest presenter Nina Meierding, a national leader in the field of conflict resolution, and the mediation partner for the Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System (WSEMS). The webinar will explore the many types of apologies (including full, partial, rapport, ritual, and transactional) as well as the effect of timing, delivery, emotionality and sincerity. A more complete understanding of the intricacies of an apology helps in seeking a greater level of resolution and closure in communications and negotiation by giving and receiving apologies in a way that is more mindful and aware.

Staying the Course: Sustainability of Dropout Prevention Efforts in a Large Urban School District: Teaming, Action Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, and Celebration
Web-based Event
November 15, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM   (Eastern)
http://www.ndpc-sd.org/
The “Staying the Course: Sustainability of Dropout Prevention Efforts in a Large Urban School District: Teaming, Action Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, and Celebration” webinar will discuss the training and technical assistance provided to schools using the Dropout Prevention Intervention Framework of the National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities (NDPC-SD). Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the fourth largest school district in the nation, for the past six years, has collaborated with NDPC-SD in working to decrease the dropout rate for students with disabilities. M-DCPS’s key strategies and protocols for developing and implementing action plans based on data analysis, monitoring and evaluating progress, and celebrating student and school successes will be examined.

Learning Disabilities Association of America’s 50th Annual International Conference
Conference
February 13, 2013 - February 16, 2013
San Antonio, TX
http://ldaamerica.org/index.cfm
Sponsored by the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of America, the LDA Conference is the largest meeting on learning disabilities in the world, featuring over 300 workshops and exhibits presenting the latest in LD research, effective teaching techniques and strategies, and critical policy issues, with opportunities to network with experts in LD and colleagues and earn graduate or continuing education credits (CEUs). The 2013 Conference is in San Antonio, Texas. ^ Top of Page ^


Get Wired!


Web Sites

 

Education Evolving

http://www.educationevolving.org/
The Education Evolving Web site discusses a wide variety of topics in education.

 

National Center for Learning Disabilities Web site

http://www.ncld.org/
The National Center for Learning Disabilities provides resources for youth and adults with learning disabilities, parents, and educators.

 

Self-Advocacy Online

http://www.selfadvocacyonline.org/
The Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC) at the University of Minnesota and the Arc have partnered to support a Web site for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) to help them advocate for themselves and take charge of their lives. Self-Advocacy Online,” an educational and networking tool, includes multi-media lessons on such topics as living self-determined, healthy, contributing lives; a story wall of videos of self-advocates sharing their stories; and a national listing of self-advocacy groups.


Listservs

 

Inclusion Weekly

http://lists.etr.org/read/all_forums/subscribe?name=disabilitylist
The National Service Inclusion Project (NSIP) posts a weekly newsletter, “Inclusion Weekly,” with information covering a wide variety of disability-related topics.

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Funding Forecast


Federal Grant Opportunities

 

Forecast of Funding Opportunities under the Department of Education Discretionary Grant Programs for Fiscal Year 2012-2013

http://www.ed.gov/fund/grant/find/edlite-forecast.html
This document lists virtually all programs and competitions under which the U.S. Department of Education has invited or expects to invite applications for new awards for fiscal year 2013 and provides actual or estimated deadlines for the transmittal of applications under these programs. The lists are in the form of charts organized according to the Department’s principal program offices and include programs and competitions previously announced as well as those to be announced at a later date.

 

Forecast of Funding Opportunities under the Department of Education Discretionary Grant Programs for Fiscal Year 2012-2013

http://www.ed.gov/fund/grant/find/edlite-forecast.html
This document lists virtually all programs and competitions under which the U.S. Department of Education has invited or expects to invite applications for new awards for fiscal year 2013 and provides actual or estimated deadlines for the transmittal of applications under these programs. The lists are in the form of charts organized according to the Department’s principal program offices and include programs and competitions previously announced as well as those to be announced at a later date.

 

FY 2012 Discretionary Grant Application Packages

http://www.ed.gov/fund/grant/apply/grantapps/index.html
This site, from the Department of Education, provides information on grant competitions that are currently open.

 

FY 2012 Discretionary Grant Application Packages

http://www.ed.gov/fund/grant/apply/grantapps/index.html
This site, from the Department of Education, provides information on grant competitions that are currently open.


Additional Funding and Award Opportunities

 

CVS Caremark: Community Grants

http://info.cvscaremark.com/community/our-impact/community-grants
CVS Caremark Community Grants give funds to nonprofit organizations for programs targeting children with disabilities, programs focusing on health and rehabilitation services, public schools promoting a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs, and initiatives that give greater access to physical movement and play. Some contributions are made to organizations that provide uninsured individuals with needed care, in particular programs where the care received is of higher quality and delivered by providers who participate in accountable community health care programs. Maximum award: $5,000. Eligibility: nonprofit organizations with programs targeting children with disabilities; public schools with programs for children under age 18 with disabilities. Deadline: October 31, 2012.

 

State Farm/NYLC: Project Ignition

http://www.sfprojectignition.com/
State Farm and the National Youth Leadership Council are sponsoring Project Ignition, which funds programs that give high school students and their teachers the chance to work together to address the issue of teen driver safety. Maximum award: $2,000. Eligibility: students grades 9-12. Deadline: November 15, 2012.

 

The College Board: Costas Awards

http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/costas
The College Board Bob Costas Awards for the Teaching of Creative Writing support exceptional teachers who through their innovative teaching methods motivate their students to write. Winning teachers are awarded grants to enhance successful projects currently underway. Projects can be carried out in school (public or nonpublic), through an after-school writing workshop, or during a summer program. Maximum award: $3,000. Eligibility: teachers from all academic disciplines grades 6-12. Deadline: November 21, 2012.

 

The College Board: Inspiration Awards

http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/inspiration
The College Board Inspiration Awards celebrate America's most improved high schools, those that have improved their academic environment and helped their students achieve the promise of a higher education by initiating unique programs and creating partnerships among teachers, parents, community organizations, and local businesses. Maximum award: $25,000. Eligibility: secondary schools (public and nonpublic) in which 40 percent or more of the students receive free or reduced-price lunches. Deadline: November 30, 2012.

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