Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent, Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services, Maryland State Department of Education joined First Lady Yumi Hogan in recognizing Children’s Mental Health Matters’ student artists at the First Lady’s Art Display in Annapolis.
Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent for the Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services, represented the Maryland State Department of Education and showed her support for students and their families at Developmental Disabilities Day at the Legislature on Feb. 22, 2018.
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As part of MSDE’s Professional Learning Opportunities series, early childhood professionals in Maryland developed strategies to shift how early intervention and preschool special education services are provided.
“There is no program and no policy that can substitute for a parent who is involved in their child’s education from day one.” President Barack Obama At the heart of Maryland’s Birth to Kindergarten System of Services are families and children. The early childhood intervention and education process by design establishes families as equal partners, […]
On December 11, 2017, The Golf Channel aired a segment on students from Cedar Lane School in Howard County and the school’s participation in The First Tee Golf program. Tim Shriver, chairman of the Special Olympics, narrates the segment.
Assistive technology should be part of a thoughtful, integrated, data-informed approach to support students across educational environments and not seen as a stand-alone service delivered by one specialist, said Marcella E. Franczkowski.
Decoding Dyslexia Maryland presented Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent for the Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services, with an award for her leadership in reading and dyslexia policies in Maryland.
The Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services held a two-day work session in May to develop the content for tools to assist Maryland’s local school systems as they address disparities in education based on race or ethnicity for students with disabilities.
Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent for the Division of Special Education and Early Intervention Services at the Maryland State Department of Education, presented the opening guest speech at Garrett County Public Schools’ third annual “We C.A.R.E” event on April 5.