Inclusive Schools Capstone Event – February 4, 2013

Inclusive Schools Capstone Event – A Citywide Conference

On February 4, 2013, the District of Columbia will host the Inclusive Schools Capstone Event, a one-day conference aimed at empowering DC’s Education Community with tools to create inclusive classrooms.

The conference will feature nationally-acclaimed keynote speakers including Daniel Habib, Director of “Including Samuel” and “Who Cares About Kelsey?” as well as dynamic workshops detailing best practices on including students challenged by disability, gender, poverty, cultural heritage, and language. The Conference’s Exhibit Hall will feature local and national inclusion resources and feature companies including Promethean who will demonstrate the “Classroom of the Future.”

The Inclusive Schools Capstone Event will occur:

February 4, 2013 – 8:00AM-3:00PM

The Marvin Center – The George Washington University

800 21st St, NW

Washington, DC 20037

The Inclusive Schools Capstone is FREE and open to the public. Parents, principals, administrators, LEA leaders, and teachers are strongly encouraged to attend. PLU Credits will be awarded to relevant professionals.

Participants must register at: osse.inclusiveschoolsweekdc or call the OSSE (Office of the State Superintendent of Education) liaison Ms. Desirée Brown, Special Assistant, Community and Parent Relations by phone at 202-741-0271.

Jeralyn Cave

Communications Specialist

Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)

Government of the District of Columbia

810 First Street, NE, 9th Floor

Washington, DC 20002

202-724-1513 (work)

202.316.6879 (cell)

202-727-2019 (fax)


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Capstone Registration Form.docx


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