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Thursday, December 14 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
The Promise of IDEA – The Journey Beyond Monitoring to Improved Performance

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In today’s rapidly changing K-12 Special Education environment, it is challenging for educators, administrators and service providers to deliver high-quality education services via systems that impede collaboration around work processes and visibility into performance.  We will discuss the implications of the fact that viable, cost-effective solutions which generate sustained improvement in school performance require stakeholder collaboration in ways that are extremely difficult to accomplish without optimized processes, accurate data and timely execution.   

We will discuss the need for the following responses to the challenges:

1.     Alignment of LEA and SEA objectives

2.     The ability to collaborate online - easily and as often as necessary 

3.     Standardization and automation of the necessary work processes

4.     Availability of required data, in context

5.     Accountability via appropriate performance measurement

6.     Comprehensive, insightful and flexible reporting at multiple levels



Moderators
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Andrew Henry

Founder & President, Red Cedar Solutions Group
Andrew is the founder of Red Cedar. He is passionate about employing design thinking, technology, data and innovation to address some of our most challenging issues: educating our children and managing rapid, complex change in organizations. Prior to founding Red Cedar in 2006, Andrew... Read More →

Speakers
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Liz Marcel

Executive Director, New Orleans Therapeutic Day Program
As the founding Executive Director of the New Orleans Therapeutic Day Program (NOTDP), I am responsible for the design, launch, and day to day operations of NOTDP, a joint collaboration among the Recovery School District, Orleans Parish School Board, and Tulane Medical School’s... Read More →
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Chris Roe

Former CEO | Parent of Two Special Needs children in NOLA Public Schools, California Stem Learning Network | Parent Advocate
Chris Roe is an advocate for high quality, inclusive education for all students. Roe most recently served as president and Chief Executive Officer of the California STEM Learning Network, where his organization helped implement new science and engineering standards, expand computer... Read More →
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David Strauss

Special Education Director, University View Academy
I have worked in special education for more than 35 years as a teacher and administrator. I have also taught at LSU, Southern University, and Southeastern Louisiana University.
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Jamie Wong

Special Education Policy Director, Louisiana Department of Education