Civil Rights in the Classroom: Special Education, Discipline and Homelessness, Part II

Presents important points to consider in the areas of Special Education, Discipline and Homelessness. This online learning session specifically explores effective best practices for statewide and district-wide systems of support by highlighting the research of Dr. Adele Fabrikant, Effective School Leadership Researcher & former Deputy Chief, Office of Youth Engagement, District of Columbia Public Schools, Ms. Kristina Kyles-Smith, Assistant State Superintendent, Division of Student, Family, and School Support, Maryland Statement Department of Education (MSDE) in charge of Maryland's MTSS-Maryland Framework, and case studies from Cecil, Prince George's, and Worcester County Public Schools.

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