Equitable Services Institute 2014

Equitable Services Institute 2014

July 7– July 11

University of Notre Dame

ACE ConsultingThe Equitable Services Institute 2014 (ESI14) features new takes on previous topics and new topics not covered in past Institutes. Join your colleagues and experts from around the country for this one-of-a-kind opportunity.

2014 Agenda Highlights!

  • ESI14 will focus on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), and E-rate.
  • ESEA presentations will cover the “big three” programs: Title I, Title IIA Teacher Quality, and Title III English Language Learners.
  • Additionally, participation in Math and Science Partnerships (Title IIB) and 21st Century Community Learning Centers (Title IVB) will be explored.

ESI14 will also cover:

  • The consultation process
  • Reauthorization activities
  • Flexibility waivers
  • Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR)
  • OMB Circular A-87
  • Effective advocating to Congress.
  • When covering IDEA law, regulations and guidance, topics such as child find, consultation, RTI, and advocating for services all receive a focus. E-rate will be explored, including important proposed and possibly final changes to the program, including the U.S. Department of Education’s ConnectED initiative. Wow! A busy week!

Who should attend?

If you have any responsibilities for federal education programs, consider joining your colleagues for this opportunity.

  • Superintendents
  • Assistant superintendents
  • Government program directors
  • Principals
  • Assistant principals
  • National, regional, and state private school organization leaders
  • Central office attorneys looking to expand their portfolio into federal education programs

To register, go to http://equitableservices2014.eventbrite.com . The cost is only $500, and covers attendance at all sessions, all materials, and many of your meals. Accommodations are at the newly renovated Morris Inn. The Morris Inn is located on the University of Notre Dame campus, across from the Law Center where our sessions will be held. The rate is $139/night; the code is EQU001. You can reserve your room online at www.morrisinn.nd.com or by phone at 574-631-2000.

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