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Ensuring your IEP Development Tools work for you
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2/14/2018
When: Feb 14, 2018
12:00pm (US Eastern)
Where: WebEx & WebEx Audio
Contact: Larry Fruth

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Designed for End Users, this webinar will provide and new path for marketplace players to better support YOUR IEP development, usage and communication needs.  As you know, IEP’s are critical for learners and the practitioners who provide their learning opportunities including parents – and it’s the law.

 

Three years ago, the Access 4 Learning (A4L) Community undertook the challenge to gather experts in IEP development and usage, and link them to application vendors to create a freely available and standardized IEP that could address some IEP challenges:

  • Learner mobility and IEP information moving with them
  • Challenges in creation and presentation of information from numerous sources plus current paper and pencil dependence
  • Changing from one system to another and proprietary “hooks” in applications

 

As a result of this effort, the A4L Community are delighted to provide this webinar showcasing the developments which enable the marketplace to provide better tools for learners in IEP development, management and communication.  This work is directly linked to Common Education Data Model (CEDS) work lead by the US Department of Education. Now it's up to end users to demand more from these products and service providers!

 

Presentation slides will be made available to all attendees.  This session if focused on standardized IEP impacts on end users.  

 

Please pass this invite along to others you think might benefit from the information.  A further webinar for Marketplace Providers is scheduled on February 28, 2018.

 

To register, please CLICK HERE

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