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Students Served by Special Education Who are Experiencing Homelessness or in Foster Care: Strategies to Support Highly Mobile Students

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4 credits

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Welcome to the Students Served by Special Education Who are Experiencing Homelessness or in Foster Care: Strategies to support Highly Mobile Students course, brought to you by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in conjunction with the Multiple Exceptionalities Multiple Needs Network. This course contains information designed to help Texas educators know about and meet the needs of students who are served by Special Education and come from highly mobile situations such as students who are experiencing homelessness or in foster care.

The objective for this course is for the participant to...

  • Review factors to consider when making decisions, obtain awareness of resources and strategies to meet affective and instructional needs of students served by Special Education and who are highly mobile, such as those who are experiencing homelessness or in foster care.
  • Increase awareness of resources and strategies to meet the affective and instructional needs of students served by Special Education and who are highly mobile, such as those who are experiencing homelessness or in foster care.

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