Moving the Needle to Improve State's Title I, Part D Programs
June 21-23, 2016
American Institutes for Research
This year’s conference activities will begin with three pre-conference workshops and a networking lunch. The opening keynote will highlight two capstone projects from the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform by State Coordinators. Plenary sessions offered on the second day provide highlights of the work by several State Part D Coordinators and information about the mental health needs of youth who find themselves in the juvenile justice system. Always a favorite at the NDTAC conference are the ND Community Working Sessions, during which State TIPD Coordinators will be able to participate in a data workshop.