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Leading for Student Success

Striving for systematic change necessitates exemplary leadership. Our schools, teacher preparation programs, and organizations do not succeed by accident--they follow the pull of great leaders. Dr. Shane Martin is the Dean of the School of Education at Loyola Marymount University and is a prolific author of student-centered change. 
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Dr. Martin participates in a conversation about institutional change at the AACTE/CEEDAR Dean's Institute in Indianapolis in August 2015.

Did you miss the Keeping Our Promise webinar?


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We just released a new Course Enhancement Module called Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Severe Disabilities. Through this CEM, participants will learn how to plan instruction to provide students with severe disabilities opportunities to learn academic content linked to state standards as well as the social, daily living, and job skills needed for life after high school.
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The long-awaited Every Student Succeeds Act passed into law last month.  Visit the U.S. Department of Education information page to learn more.

CAEP is soliciting stakeholder feedback on the proposed K-6 Elementary Standards.  If you would like to provide input, please visit their website.

Beginning January 27th, TASH is offering a series of webinars entitled "Creating School Cultures Where All Students Thrive -- A Series on PBIS and Trauma Informed Practices". Click here to learn more.

Upcoming Events

AACTE 68th Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV (February 23-25)

2016 AERA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (April 8-12)

CEC 2016 Convention and Expo, St. Louis, MO (April 13-16)
OSEPAIR American Institutes for ResearchThe University of Kansas School of EducationThe Council of Chief State School Officers
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