The Maryland State Department of Education Division of Early Intervention and Special Education Services obtained this information through two surveys administered by ICF International, and the results report is now available.
Although all steps of the TAP-IT process are critical, this spotlight describes how the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services uses the plan and implement stages of TAP-IT to assist local school systems (LSSs), instructional coaches, and educators with implementation
DSE/EIS WILL BRING ITS SECONDARY TRANSITION STRATEGY TO THE PLANNING
Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent for the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services, was honored by the Harbour School, a private school individualized education services for students with disabilities ages 6-21, grades one through twelve.
Overview of SSIP Plans, Theory of Action graphics and links to full plans
Download the recently unveiled, enhanced DSE/EIS Strategic Plan and Flipbook.
At it’s meeting on May 24, the Maryland Board of Education announces Karen Salmon as the new Maryland Schools Superintendent. Her title will be Acting Superintendent through June; her full term starts July 1st.
Follow pathways to all the ways to narrow the gap for children and students with disabilities.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that every state establish and maintain an advisory panel to advise the state’s Department of Education regarding the education of children with disabilities. The Maryland Special Education State Advisory Committee (SESAC), serves as the advisory panel to the Assistant State Superintendent of the Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services.
As a leader in the UDL field, her mission is to spread the word about how this philosophy for curriculum design provides a framework for success for all learners, from preschool to college, from the special education classroom to the gifted classroom. Maryland Learning Links caught up with Dr. Berquist to hear how implementing UDL is not as hard as many may think.