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Upcoming

Explore a range of virtual and in-person webinars, trainings, and presentations surrounding IDEA data accessibility. These opportunities allow us to tailor our content to the needs of diverse stakeholders and meaningfully engage with the field.

Join the Weiss Center for our upcoming webinar highlighting our Accessible Data Analysis and Publishing Tool (ADAPT). ADAPT improves the accessibility of IDEA data, Part C and B. States can leverage the free and customizable ADAPT tool to make IDEA data easier to access and understand, while meeting and exceeding Section 508 and American Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II requirements.

June 27 05:00 PM - 6:00 PM UTC Zoom

The Association for Education and Rehabilitation (AER) of the Blind and Visually Impaired is celebrating their 40th anniversary. Anyone that is working in the education and rehabilitation of people who are blind or have low vision should attend and learn. There will be nearly 150 breakout sessions to choose from.

July 24 - July 28 Charlotte, North Carolina

Get ready! We are excited to announce the 2024 OSEP combined Leadership and Project Directors’ Conference will be held from August 6 - 8, 2024, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Virginia.

August 6 - August 8 Arlington, Virginia

DaSy is excited to announce, in collaboration with their early childhood technical assistance center partners, that the 2024 Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference (IDIO) will take place from August 25-30, 2024. The main conference will be from August 27-29. Pre-conference and post-conference meetings of DaSy client organization groups will be held on August 25, 26, and 30.

August 25 - August 30 New Orleans, Louisiana

The 2024 Division for Early Childhood's Annual International Conference on Young Children with Disabilities and Their Families will focus on The Future of Inclusive Practices: Creating Equitable Access, Participation, and Supports.

September 17 - September 20 New Orleans, Louisiana

The NASDSE Annual Conference is the premier opportunity for State Directors and SEA Staff to come together, network, connect, learn and grow alongside your peers. The conference draws over 300 participants from State Education Agencies who are committed to ensuring systems are in place to ensure children with disabilities will live, learn, work and participate in their communities.

October 7 - October 9 Minneapolis, Minnesota

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