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About Teleconference Calls

NCSET conducts teleconferences, co-hosted by our partner organizations, technical assistance network organizations, and other collaborating groups and organizations. These are conference calls (audio only) that may be accessed nationwide by telephone.

These national teleconferences allow any interested person to join discussions on emerging topics. Specific national teleconference topics are determined by NCSET staff. National teleconferences will be one hour in length, hosted by a national expert with NCSET staff support, with an opportunity for conference participants to interact and ask questions of presenters.

Following each teleconference, a transcript will be prepared and made available through this Web site. Based on our experience over the past several years, national teleconferences are an important and valued technical assistance and dissemination strategy.


Sponsors

This topical teleconference series is coordinated by the National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET). NCSET is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), cooperative agreement #HR326J000005.


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