Annual Summer Leadership Institute – School of Education – Syracuse University

This interactive three-day school leadership institute will utilize the latest research, national presenters and key lessons from practice necessary to create equitable and excellent schools for all students. The institute places a particular focus on the inclusion of students with disabilities, special education, and issues of belonging and learning for all students.

When: Monday, August 5 — Wednesday, August 7, 2013 (August 8 & 9 for graduate credit)

Where: Syracuse University

Who: Practicing administrators and school leaders, including principals, special education directors, curriculum directors, superintendents, teacher leaders, and educational leadership students.

Registration Fees: Fee includes registration, institute materials, refreshments and parking at Syracuse University. (Continuing Education Units (CEU) certificates are available and can be requested by anyone attending the institute.)

$490 per person for individual registration

$450 per person for teams of 3 or more from the same school/district/organization

$350 per person for teams of 10 or more from the same school/district/organization

$100 per person for individuals taking the Institute for credit (more information below)

Graduate Credit: Students attending the Institute for graduate credits should register for EDA/SPE 700 on http://myslice.syr.edu and pay a reduced registration fee of $100 as well as tuition. Those interested in earning graduate credit will attend the institute August 5-7 and class on August 8-9 as well as complete assignments.

via Annual Summer Leadership Institute – School of Education – Syracuse University.

Author: New York State DCDT

The New York DCDT strives to increase collaboration efforts in effective transition planning for individuals with disabilities by reducing the duplication of efforts and aligning resources and communication.

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