This forum for educational leaders across the southeast will provide tools and resources to ensure quality induction programs that support induction phase teachers, mentors, and leaders learning, retention, and student growth.
The National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute is one of the premier educational opportunities for anyone involved in the care and education of young children with special needs in inclusive settings. Dozens of world-class experts, dozens of groundbreaking sessions, free courses for continuing education units (CEUs)—and an enduring impact. For over 15 years, the Inclusion Institute has drawn people from across the country and around the globe to Chapel Hill to learn about the latest research findings, models, and resources to guide inclusive policy, professional development and practice; to develop collaborative relationships and cross-agency systems to support early childhood inclusion; and to have the opportunity to meet, learn from, and problem solve with peers.
The Georgia Association for Alternative Educators is hosting this three-day conference, which is targeted to school and district leaders and education partners from across the state and nationwide. The conference will include workshops as well as panel and roundtable discussions.