CCTS is one of several agencies collaborating with OSPI as part of the Inclusionary Practices Professional Development Project.
CTE participation improves college and career readiness outcomes for students with disabilities.
To support school districts in their efforts to increase inclusionary practices in general education classrooms, CCTS is offering a series of professional development opportunities focusing on CTE and Special Education collaboration.
“Big Picture” trainings; topics emphasize how CTE and Special Education partnerships increase positive post-school outcomes for students; introduction to CTE and SE data; effective practices for collaboration; field stories; sustaining inclusion long-term
Supplemental trainings; topics facilitate action plan development and increasing inclusion of students with disabilities in general education classrooms (ex. Collaboration, Accommodations, etc.)
Informal conversations and technical assistance; topics facilitate action plan development and are driven by needs of the field; opportunities to connect with others focused on inclusionary practices
The CCTS Transition Network on Basecamp is a virtual space for statewide announcements and conversations related to transition and inclusionary practices.
Our monthly IPP newsletter features reflections, upcoming events, and stories from the field.
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