ASE OCT 2017 Statewide Conference Presentations

Effective Leadership Is More About Influence Than Authority-
by: Keynote Speaker: John D’Auria, Ed.D, Former President of Teachers21, Professor of Practice, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, Expert in Educational Leadership, consultant, author, and former Superintendent of Schools
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Advocating for an In-District, Integrated Model of Service Delivery for Students With and Without Disabilities: Building the Capacity and What It Will Take to Achieve Success-
by: Russell Johnston, PhD, Senior Associate Commissioner for Accountability, Partnerships and Technical Assistance, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
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High School Graduation: The Road Ahead - Getting Students Ready for Their BIG DAY-
by: R: Paige Tobin, Esq., Murphy, Lamere and Murphy, P.C., Counsel to School Districts, Consultant to the Massachusetts Administrators for Special Education
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Broadening Our Horizons: A Focus on the Current and Future Direction of Secondary Transition Planning-
by: Amanda C. Green, Secondary Transition Coordinator, Office of Special Education Planning & Policy Development, Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, and Margaret Van Gelder, Director of Employment and Family Support, Department of Developmental Services
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Building the Capacity for Family Engagement to Increase Student Outcomes: What’s New, Where Are We Going, and What It Will Take to Get There-
by: Martha Daigle, Education Specialist, Family Engagement Coordinator, Special Education Planning and Policy, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Karyl Resnick, 21st CCLC Coordinator, Office of Student and Family Support, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and Kathleen Rodriquez, Adult and Community Learning Services, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
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Strengthening the Continuum of Care for Students: Opportunities for EOHHS Agencies and Schools to Work Together to Meet Their Needs -
by: Alice E. Moore, Undersecretary of Health, Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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