Don’t let missed deadlines keep you from getting funding for your educational technology projects.
End of the year busyness could lead to missed deadlines in applying for grants and subsidies for education projects.
The Network Team and Crystal Works GETS Solutions invite you to a brief webinar discussing available funding especially for technology initiatives.
Topics covered include:
– How we can help with frequent mistakes schools make when assessing their technology needs
– Updated, concise and clear information on changes to eRate for 2016-2017.
– Details on other funding options including private and public grants
E-Rate deadlines are approaching – while filings have already started 3 months ago. Crystal Works GETS Solutions can help you obtain tens of thousands of funding dollars for your technology budget.
TNT is an E-rate service provider in North Carolina. Our highly certified technicians have over 5 years of experience working with K-12 schools and libraries.
Crystal Works GETS Solutions maximizes your E-rate return via increased eligibility for technology hardware and technology support services. Through the course of 17 plus years of grant experience, over $19,000,000 has been successfully brought to schools, libraries, head starts, and other institutions throughout our great nation.
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If a student’s IEP team determines it’s necessary, IDEA requires school districts to service students with disabilities until they turn 22 years old to help improve their post-school outcomes. These services are provided by school districts, the state’s Dept. of Rehabilitation, college disability programs, private agencies, etc. These students have likely met graduation requirements, but are not required to have a regular high school diploma.
The young adults between the ages 18 up to age 22 participate in adult Transition programs to work on transition skills and gain experiences related to employment, education/training, and independent living. In these programs, students often have opportunities to interact with same age peers (who do not have disabilities) and often have more opportunities to interact in their communities while focusing on more integrated, real-life learning experiences.
Here is a summary of best practices for adult transition programs for 18-21 year-old programs:
• These programs should contain student focused planning where assessments, self-determination, and a student’s post-secondary goals used to develop their IEP.
• These programs should focus on the development of “adult living skills” including life, employment, and self-advocacy skills.
• These programs should include interagency collaboration including collaboration from the transition program, businesses, organizations, and other agencies.
• These programs should have a consistent structure to help the young adults through efficiently and effectively delivering the Transition education and services.
• These programs should also include supports that are important to the young adult including working with family members (when possible and appropriate) to support the young adult in learning important Transition skills.
As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, Ten Sigma is providing a pdf that contains links to resources regarding adult Transition programs, which you can access by clicking the link at the top of this description.
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