Professional Development provided by Office of Special Education: Office of Special Education offers professional development which provides a continuum of learning and support activities designed to prepare individuals for work with and on behalf of young children and their families, as well as ongoing experiences to enhance this work. These opportunities lead to improvements in the knowledge, skills, practices, and dispositions of early childhood professionals.
Each workshop is designed to prepare LEAs for the upcoming school year with Part B grants, Special Education Excess Costs (SEEC), and Medicaid. Information will be provided on allowable costs, application processes, data verification/reporting, maintenance of effort, proportionate share, changes to procedures, monitoring reports, reimbursement requests, invoices, and much more. There will be seven trainings across the state to accommodate as many people as possible. LEAs are encouraged to bring all staff members with a role in the fiscal processes for Part B, SEEC, or Medicaid, including: Special Education Directors, Special Education Assistant Directors, Business Officers, Treasurers, Superintendents, Administrative Assistants, etc. Each participant will need to register separately below. There is no cost to attend.
- Local Education Liaisons (LEA) includes –Special Education Director’s, Business Manager, Treasurer & Special Education COOP Staff.
- All Schools -- This includes all public school corporation liaison, non-public schools & charter schools.