CCSA Conference: Programming Highlight - Flipped Learning

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February 19, 2016

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Attend CCSA's 23rd Annual Conference held in Long Beach, CA March 14-17, 2016 to share your expertise and to gain valuable insight from your colleagues to help solve and master the complex challenges you encounter every day. Be sure not to miss this year's flipped learning programming that focuses on support for at-risk students!

Beyond Intervention: The latest in tiered systems of support for at-risk students.
When students fall through the cracks because of a lack of timely academic, behavioral, or socio-emotional interventions, a band-aid approach won't work. A tiered system of supports is necessary to prevent students from school failure, placing them on the path to success. Intersecting with other initiatives like LCAP/LCFF, Common Core/NGSS implementation, and special education reform, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) hold significant promise for charters. 

Join us for the first in a two-part flipped programming series on March 11th to learn all about this comprehensive intervention system. Learn more about the series and RSVP today to save your spot.

Following the webinar, you will be invited to attend an onsite session at conference on March 16 to learn how to use an innovative change design process to build a comprehensive MTSS at your school. Participants will be taken through a series of activities to build a comprehensive tiered system for at-risk students including students with disabilities, English learners, low income students, African American males, and other vulnerable subgroups through the timely use of data and targeted interventions.

Visit the Program tab on the conference website to view and search all available 2016 programming.

Register before February 24 for your LAST CHANCE to receive the standard rate registration pricing.

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