If you are a Parent, educator, or professional supporting students with special needs and you are interested in a FREE day of learning focused on the continuum of inclusion, please save the date and plan to join us!
Cotting’s Burr Family Conference & EdCamp, 2019
November 16, 2019
The Continuum of Inclusion
Whether you’re familiar with Cotting School’s Annual Burr Family Conference or are planning to attend for the first time, you’ll find content and networking especially for you!
What to Expect
We will launch the conference with a keynote address by recently retired Robert Crabtree, Esq., who will discuss his role in helping originate Chapter 766 law in 1972. This law guaranteed all children the right to a free appropriate public education and later served as the model for the first federal special education legislation. Following the keynote will be opportunities to engage in collaborative workshops, EdCamp style! A wide range of topics related to the continuum of inclusion will be discussed. Research, assessment and best practice, parent/family education and advocacy, and much more will be covered.
Plan Your Day to Match your Interest
Our Conference is a place for making connections and collaborating with other parents, educators, and professionals interested in special education. Join us to listen, network, or even lead a group discussion or workshop session on a topic you are passionate about!
If you have questions about this year’s Burr Family Conference at Cotting School, contact: Lindsay Casavant at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who: Parents, educators, and professionals who support students with special needs
Date: Saturday, November 16 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Cotting School, 453 Concord Avenue, Lexington, MA 02421
(Accessible Parking and Free WiFi Available)