The Florida Department of Education is conducting its annual survey for parents of students with disabilities who are receiving Exceptional Student Education (ESE) services. The survey provides valuable information on how well schools are supporting parents’ involvement in their child’s education. In an effort to increase parent participation, the State has provided paper surveys for all students who had individual educational plans (IEPs) and in attendance during October. Each envelope will contain a parent cover letter, a survey, and a postage-paid envelope. Your child should receive an envelope within a week or so from the school. If your child was not in attendance during this time period, or transferred to another school, you may request a generic paper survey from your child’s Intervention Support Specialist, or complete the State’s online version of the survey. If preferred, all parents of students with an IEP may choose to complete the online version of the survey at http://www.esesurvey.com. The survey is open February 1 – May 31st. It is very important to us that your voice is heard!
STC Advisory Board 2015-2016
Located at: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Admin Center, Room 1-103 (Click here for directions.)
"Sharing the Commitment" is a collaborative advisory to the Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Department in the Collier County Public Schools. The advisory has been created to:
• Foster increased communication, commitment, and shared responsibilities between the school district, parents and community agencies to provide quality programs and services to students with disabilities in our schools
• Provide a forum for parents with students with disabilities to discuss critical issues and concerns and to provide input for federal grant spending for IDEA Entitlement
• Serve as a resource for the ESE Director and school site Principals in matters pertaining to ESE programs and services
• Provide information and training to school‐based administrators, staff and community agencies on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
The Exceptional Student Education Department, the South Florida Parent Center, and the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resource System (FDLRS), provide information, training and support to parents, educators, and agencies regarding services and programs for students with disabilities. Sharing the Commitment sponsors workshops or training for all persons interested in services for students with disabilities. All schools and community agencies sponsoring a training or workshop receive an ESE Parent/Professional Library for their school media center.
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