Sweaters, hot chocolate, falling leaves: Conference season (aka autumn) is upon us, and IDC is busier than ever. Throw on a jacket and join us for this overview of our fall presentation schedule.
National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE), October 29–31
This year's NASDSE conference—Fostering Resilience, Enhancing Sustainable Results—will be held in New Orleans from October 29–31.
- Join our own Joanna Bivins and Rachel Wilkinson for Stop the Guessing Game by Making Data-Based Decisions and
- IDC's Heather Reynolds as she presents alongside the National Center for Systemic Improvement’s (NCSI's) Nicole Garcia in Looking Back, Looking Forward: State DMS Experiences and Insights.
The Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE), November 8–10
CASE is holding its 2023 Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, from November 8–10.
- Join IDC's Mary Watson for Work in Process: Using LEA Data Processes to Level Up a Culture of High-Quality Data,
- Rachel Wilkinson and Joanna Bivins for Keep Calm and Carry a Calculator: Making Meaningful Data-Based Decisions, and
- Fred Edora and Amy Bitterman for Crossing the Bridge from Data Quality Idealist to Data Quality Influencer.
The Division for Early Childhood (DEC), November 28–December 1
DEC's 39th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Disabilities and Their Families will convene in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from November 28 to December 1, 2023.
- Join our own Christina MacDonald and Greta Stanfield for Do You Know Where Your Children Are? Stakeholder Engagement and Indicator 6 and Navigating the Murky Landscape of Early Childhood Discipline Data.
Click the link for more information about the event, including registration information.
Can’t Join Us? Don’t Worry!
Even if you cannot be on site for these great events, the important information our TA specialists cover will still be available online through each conference’s website. Stay tuned to The Buzz for links and more information as it becomes available. We hope to see you on the road. Just remember to pack a sweater.