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Register TODAY for the 2019 Summer Institute!

Project SUCCESS invites you to attend the 2019 Summer Institute for Indiana administrators!  

Register HERE to attend one of the following regional sessions

  • June 18 - Purdue Northwest (Hammond)

  • June 19 - Huntington University (Huntington)

  • June 20 - Vincennes University (Vincennes)

  • June 25 - IU Southeast (New Albany)

  • June 26 - Forest Manor (Indianapolis) 

Join us this summer for a no-cost, three-hour session highlighting best practices for improving outcomes for students with significant disabilities.* This year’s summer institute has been designed specifically for principals, assistant principals, instructional coaches, new teacher coaches, and other administrators who work in a supportive or advisory role to teachers of students with significant disabilities.   

Topics to be addressed:

  • Implementing standards-based instruction for students with significant disabilities

  • Collaborating through shared responsibility of general educators and special educators to meet ESSA requirements

  • Providing effective feedback to special educators

  • Unpacking alternate standards (Content Connectors) for accessibility

  • Implementing Certificate of Completion

  • Increasing opportunities for students with significant disabilities   

Download this flyer to share with colleagues. Please contact Mary Baker-Boudissa at mbakerboudissa@pcgus.com with questions.

*Research shows that students with disabilities, including those with significant disabilities, benefit from inclusion and participation in the general education curriculum. Project SUCCESS supports teachers in finding ways to make grade-level content accessible for students with significant disabilities, and we know that general education colleagues play a critical role in this process as content experts. The summer institute will give you the information you need to enhance your support of the collaboration between special educators and general educators to improve outcomes for all students.