2020 U.S. Department of Education Title I, Part D Coordinators Conference

2020 U.S. Department of Education Title I, Part D Coordinators Conference

2020 U.S. Department of Education Title I, Part D  Coordinators Conference

 

 

 

Virtual Conference | August 24-28, 2020

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Welcome to the 2020 U.S. Department of Education (ED) Title I, Part D Coordinators Conference, Supporting Successful Transition. To help safeguard the health of our conference attendees, this year’s conference will be held virtually. We are confident the conference will continue to be a valuable use of time for the neglected or delinquent community. It is our hope that you enjoy our time together, connect with your peers, determine how ED and NDTAC can support you in administering your State’s Part D program, and leave invigorated to tackle the many tasks ahead!
Coordination and Collaboration

Overview

The conference is the highlight of our year, even in this virtual format, as it provides a rare opportunity to meet newly-appointed coordinators and others working with Part D programs; become reacquainted with seasoned coordinators; work more closely with experts; and collaborate with our Federal partners.

Family and Community Engagement

Agenda

See the full conference agenda, from the pre-conference sessions for new and seasoned ND Coordinators to main conference sessions, including the keynote, plenary, and breakout sessions.

Safe and Supportive Learning Environment

Presenter and Staff Bios

Read about the presenters and staff that will be contributing to the virtual conference this year.

Teaching and learning

Participant List

Find the name, title, and contact information for participants at this year's conference.

Transition

Presentations and Handouts

Access presentation slides, handouts, and other resources from the conference sessions.

The information on this page is for the U.S. Department of Education’s (ED’s) 2020 Title I, Part D Coordinators Conference, hosted by the National Technical Assistance Center for the Education of Neglected or Delinquent Children and Youth (NDTAC) at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in Washington, D.C. Information and materials presented at this conference are provided as resources and examples for participants’ convenience. Inclusion of this information does not constitute an endorsement by ED of any products or services offered or views expressed. The programs, practices, and interventions discussed or shown in the presentations are not intended to mandate, direct, or control a State’s, local education agency’s (LEA’s), or school’s specific instructional content, academic achievement system and assessments, curriculum, or program of instruction. States and local programs are free to use any policies, practices, instructional content, achievement system and assessments, curriculum, or program of instruction that they wish, so long as they meet the statutory requirements of applicable legislation.