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Date Webinar Office
09/26/2014 2014-2015 EOC Training for District Test Coordinators and School Test Coordinators

This training is for all District and School Test Coordinators.  It addresses all aspects of EOC test administration for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 test administrations.

College and Career Readiness
09/26/2014 Special Education Finance Update

This webinar will cover highlights about submitting the 2013-14 Part B Final Expenditure Report, 2013-14 Early Childhood Special Education Expenditure Report, and the Public Placement Fund application.  Upcoming Special Education Finance trainings and the Special Education Fiscal Monitoring Guide will also be discussed.

Directors of special education, financial administrators, bookkeepers and superintendents should participate in this webinar.

Financial and Administrative Services
09/24/2014 Nonpublic Webinar

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will be hosting a Nonpublic webinar to discuss the nonpublic registration form, the public school/nonpublic school consultation process, program evaluations, professional development requirements, allocation procedures, findings from the Department’s June 2010 Title I review, and other federal program issues. Both public and nonpublic schools are encouraged to participate. 

Quality Schools
09/23/2014 Core Data/MOSIS Back to School

This webinar provides information on the Core Data and MOSIS data collections for the beginning of the 2014-15 school year including the August, October, and December Cycles. Individuals responsible for collection and submission of Core Data and MOSIS should participate in this webinar.

Data System Management
09/23/2014 Transition of Course Work and Certification Requirements

A webinar to update Deans, Unit Leaders, Assessment Directors, and Certification Officers on the transition of coursework and certification requirement.

Educator Quality
09/17/2014 Trained Diabetes Personnel in Missouri Schools

The purpose of this presentation is to provide school nurses in Missouri with a framework for training staff as Trained Diabetes Personnel (TDP) in conjunction with House Bill 675, “Cade’s Law." 

This will help support student learning by ensuring safe and effective diabetes management for students at school.

College and Career Readiness
09/17/2014 Direct Certification MOSIS Submission

This webinar provides information on the process for LEAs to determine Direct Certification eligibility for students utilizing the Missouri Student Information System (MOSIS). The Direct Certification process was designed to simplify the application procedure for families approved to receive Food Stamps or Temporary Assistance, increase participation by eligible children, and reduce paperwork at the LEA level.

Data System Management
09/09/2014 Office of Educator Quality Monthly Update on Educator Preparation

This is a monthly update on the work of Educator Preparation.

Educator Quality
08/29/2014 What to Expect during Your Administrative Review

This webinar provides information to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) that are expecting an Administrative Review during School Year 2014-2015.

Authorized representatives and food service directors are encouraged to watch the webinar.

Financial and Administrative Services
08/28/2014 Back to School with Dropout Prevention in Mind - Creating a Positive School Climate and Culture: Recommendations of Success

This webinar is the first of the 2014-2015 school year and will focus on “school climate,” the first essential area of evidence-based dropout prevention.  As the school year resumes, educators are focused on a successful year ahead. This can be achieved in many ways. It is recommended that “schools” first review their data in order to identify and highlight areas of need and areas of accomplishment, all of which aid in the identification of next steps for maintaining success, building capacity, and continuous improvement throughout the school year.

Special Education

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