Fall 2019 Conference
October 17th & 18th
Ramada Plaza Casper Hotel and Conference Center
300 W F St, Casper, WY 82601
NAVIGATING THE CURRENT LANDSCAPE OF IDEA
The special education process is a journey or better described as an adventure! This two-day session will guide participants through the expedition towards improved outcomes for students with disabilities. Participants should be prepared to expand and refine their knowledge of requirements, create a connection between documentation and improved plan implementation and build capacity to think critically when there is an unexpected turn in the process. The two days will culminate with a review of the Top 5 findings from WY state complaints and focus on solutions to avoid future compliance pitfalls. This training will also provide participants with professional development necessary for fulfil NASP’s ethics requirement for NCSP renewal.
About the Presenter: Stephanie Weaver is a principal partner in Pingora Consulting, LLC. She offers over 15 years of experience in special education policy, strategic planning, fiscal controls and program improvement. Business finance and data analysis served as the foundation for Ms. Weaver’s career. This expertise proved invaluable as she followed her heart and career into the field of education. Now considered an expert and an indispensable resource on matters pertaining to educational leadership, Ms. Weaver is regularly engaged to work with school districts and states in education policy and finance, data analysis, legal compliance, and systems management.
Cost is $300 for the two days if payment is received before October 17h. Payment received at the door will be $350. Refunds can be requested in writing to Tara Clapp at [email protected] until October 1st. No refunds will be considered after October 1st.
A block of rooms is being held at the Ramada Plaza Casper at the conference rate of $79/night
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