We appreciate all who joined us at the 2019 LEA Academy. We were pleased to have several principals in attendance.
Presentations may be accessed at Tinyurl.com/2019LEAacademy.
If you attended Julie Schmidt’s keynote and/or breakout on Wednesday of the Academy, please complete the Solution Tree survey: tinyurl.com/YesWeCanEval.
The Special Education Unit in the Division of Learning Services collaborates with local school districts, educational service cooperatives, and other state agencies to ensure that all children with disabilities (ages 3 to 21) in Arkansas receive a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) as outlined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The Special Education Unit is committed to improving educational results for students with disabilities through statewide leadership, support, and service to schools, educators, students, families, and other stakeholders.
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