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It is very important that each district send the special education director to participate as we will be providing targeted technical assistance for certain designated districts as well as work together to review district data and discuss federal requirements impacting district special education programs.  


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In Partnership with the Georgia Department of Education Present 

Using RTI Data to Make Decisions: Analysis to Action

 February 24, 2015

8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 DuBose Porter Center ~ Oconee Fall Line Technical College in Dublin, GA

Cost: $150 – includes breakfast, lunch and book (RTI Applications, Volume 2 Assessment, Analysis, and Decision Making)
Presenters: Dr. T. Chris Riley Tillman and Dr. Matthew Burns

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G-CASE members held the first Gold Dome Day on March 11, 2014 at the Georgia State Capitol.  G-CASE asked the legislators to not support Senate Bill 167.  All amendments to SB 167 were defeated on March 21, 2014.


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Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education recognizes the following 2014 award winners:

Sue Carter- Jim Puckett GAEL Distinguished Educator Award



Debbie Keane- Herb Garrett Legislative Advocate Award


Kristy Chapman- New Director of the Year Award 



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