Streamlining Special Education Processes for Better Compliance & Efficiency
Wednesday, Nov. 15 • 12pm PT / 3pm ET
Michigan’s Kent Intermediate School District had 20 LEA’s and 24 PSA’s, but no consistent special education platform. Some districts used paper systems while others used a variety of electronic solutions, making it difficult to achieve consistency when writing IEPs and other plans, as well as managing accurate compliance reporting.
Join us to hear Rebecca McIntyre, Assistant Director of Special Education, discuss how Kent ISD now uses PowerSchool Special Education, which has improved consistency and compliance across the county and increased efficiency among staff.
In this webinar you will learn how the Kent ISD has:
• Improved staff efficiency by more than 50% because of a user-friendly, web-based system
• Enhanced compliance and reports throughout the county used by staff and administrators to identify areas of strength
• Developed more meaningful student plans by identifying specific areas of focus
• Increased its ability to write IEP’s, Non-Public Service Plans, Individualized Family Service Plans, and Section 504 Plans
Presented by Rebecca McIntyre, Assistant Director of Special Education, Kent Intermediate School District, Grand Rapids, Michigan