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Updated 11/22/2021

For special education teachers, constantly working with a wide range of people—other teachers, school staff, families, and caregivers―is more than part of the job description. Working with these various groups and collaborating with them is essential and ultimately provides many benefits for the children we work to support. Implementing collaboration practices builds effective relationships and creates a better understanding of students’ needs, which allows them to succeed.

Area of Focus

  • Collaboration

Audience

  • County Leaders
  • Families
  • Instructional Leaders
  • Paraeducators
  • SELPA
  • Site Leaders
  • Teachers

Student Population

  • High School
  • K-6
  • Middle School

The California Department of Education (CDE) created this workgroup of stakeholders to gather and share innovative strategies, ideas and resources that others have found successful as they provide access to students with disabilities in distance learning.

Area of Focus

  • Assessment
  • Instruction
  • Collaboration
  • Social Emotional Learning & Behavior

Audience

  • Board Members
  • County Leaders
  • District
  • Families
  • Instructional Leaders
  • Paraeducators
  • SELPA
  • Site Leaders
  • Teachers

This site provides a comprehensive resource library that is updated frequently. It covers a wide range of topics primarily relevant to special education. There are several resources relating to MTSS, SEL, assessment for special education, best practices in inclusion, dyslexia, special education policy, family partnership and collaboration, and COVID 19 topics. There are links to articles, podcasts, websites, policy briefs, and toolkits.

Area of Focus

  • Assessment
  • Instruction
  • Collaboration
  • Social Emotional Learning & Behavior

Audience

  • Board Members
  • County Leaders
  • District
  • Families
  • Instructional Leaders
  • Paraeducators
  • SELPA
  • Site Leaders
  • Teachers

The California Department of Education (CDE) finds that the Alternative Dispute Resolution process is a desirable and effective practice that supports positive interactions and collaboration among parents and educators and the resolution of special education conflicts. This website includes resources developed by the Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) with products and services that are high quality, relevant, and useful to the field of dispute resolution in special education and early intervention.

Area of Focus

  • Collaboration

Audience

  • SELPA

The Family Empowerment and Disability Council is coordinated through the Seeds of Partnership contract, funded by the California Department of Education, Special Education Division. The FECs provide training and information to families of children and young adults with disabilities, between the ages of 3 and 22.

Area of Focus

  • Collaboration

Audience

  • County Leaders
  • Families
  • Instructional Leaders
  • SELPA
  • Site Leaders
  • Teachers

Student Population

  • Adult Transition
  • High School
  • K-6
  • Middle School