State Department of Education partners are offering training this summer and fall on specific aspects of CT-SEDS, the state’s special education data system.
Public Consulting Group, the company that developed CT-SEDS, is offering virtual professional learning opportunities on topics including troubleshooting, progress reporting, 504 process enhancements, IEP amendments without meetings, and a 101 series for new users.
The Regional Education Service Center (RESC) Alliance is holding virtual and in-person professional support opportunities to assist educators with developing high-quality IEPs and navigating CT-SEDS.
IEP Quality Training integrates discussion of the new IEP with explicit connections to CT-SEDS via live demonstration of the system’s design and functionality. CT-SEDS Summer Collaborative Working Sessions are two-hour, in-person sessions offering a brief demonstration of the IEP process and progress reporting modules and include an opportunity for small group troubleshooting alongside RESC Alliance Help Desk Agents.