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Please enjoy this short video highlighting our theme for the 2017-18 school year, Quality Inclusion.   We look forward to another exciting year working together.

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Where: The Southwest Virginia Higher Ed Center in Abingdon, Virginia.

When:  October 17, 2017 from 9am-3:30pm (Registration begins at 8am).

Who: Educators and administrators in both general and special education from Regions 6 & 7.  

Cost: $50.  Registration includes morning refreshments, working lunch,  and a copy of Dr. Kluth's book Don't We Already Do Inclusion?

Please register early, we expect this event to fill quickly!  To learn more about Paula Kluth please visit her website.

*To register a group with a purchase order, please use this form and fax to the number provided.


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The Regions 6 & 7 Assistive Technology Symposium will be September 21, 2017 at the SWVA Higher Ed Center in Abingdon. Download the event flyer or register here now.

Absences Add Up Graphic with school buses in background.  Text states that missing just 2 days a month means a student will miss 10% of the school year.

September is Attendance Awareness Month.  The VDOE in collaboration with Attendance Works has provided school divisions with a number of attendance support resources.

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The Fall meetings for the Regions 6 & 7 Communities of Leaders in Autism are coming in November. Registration will be available soon.  Until then, download the save the date flyer. 


High-Leverage Practices in Special Education defines the activities that all special educators need to be able to use in their classroom from day one.  High-leverage practices (HLPs) are organized around four aspects of practice - collaboration, assessment, social/emotional/behavioral practices, and instruction.  Special education teachers enact practices in these areas in integrated and reciprocal ways.  The HLP writing team is a collaborative effort of practicioners, scholars, researchers and teacher prep faculty from the Council for Exceptional Children, its Teacher Education Division, and the CEEDAR Center. You may click on the image or this link to download a .pdf of the document.  It can also be requested from our library

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