Webinar on the the Reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act: Implications for Secondary Transition and Persons with Disabilities

From NSTTAC: “Congress has reauthorized the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA), including the Rehabilitation Act, through 2020 now titled ‘Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act’ (WIOA). President Obama stated that the bill ‘will help workers, including workers with disabilities, access employment, education, job-driven training, and support services that give them the chance to advance their careers and secure the good jobs of the future.’ Please click here to access the Brief that describes the new WIOA legislation.

NSTTAC’s Youth to Work Coalition (YTWC) will be hosting a webinar, led by Curtis Richards with the Institute for Educational Leadership, explaining the new WIOA on November 19 from 2-3 p.m. (Eastern)

Please join us at the time of the webinar by logging in at https://tadnet.adobeconnect.com/nsttac and listening through your computer speakers. You may have the system ‘dial out’ to your phone number – or you may call 1-877-512-6886 and enter conference ID 145 430 4088 for audio by phone.”

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.

4 thoughts on “Webinar on the the Reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act: Implications for Secondary Transition and Persons with Disabilities”

  1. How do people sign up for this? Stephanie and I were poking around the site yesterday and could not find it. Is this for DCDT members only?

    Nancy Hinkley

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