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Posted November 8, 2012

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APS Special Ed Department Presents at National Conference

Representatives from the APS Special Education Department spoke on scaffolding instruction to meet the needs of students with disabilities.

The APS Special Education Department was invited to present at the Urban Collaborative meeting in Pittsburgh recently. The following were in attendance: Deborah Dominguez-Clark, Mona Sherrell, Carla Greene and Zoe Ann Alvarez. Their presentation was titled, "The Balancing Act: Scaffolding Instruction to Meet the Demands of Common Core State Standards while Individualizing Education for Students with Disabilities."

The Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative is a network of special and general education leaders working together to improve outcomes for students with disabilities in the nation's urban schools.

The APS presenters were selected to speak to a full session of other urban educators. Districts that were represented included Clark County, Nevada; San Diego Unified; and Los Angeles County Schools just to name a few.

 

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