There have been numerous requests from the field for discussion and guidance around Youth and Mental Health/Behavioral Issues faced by leaders and educators in their schools and districts. We have been able to adjust the topic for our February 10, 2017, Leadership Forum to focus on this topic, facilitated by CSDE Consultants. Since many have already registered for the February session prior to this change in topic, if you have already registered but would like to withdraw given the change, please email Linda Adorno at SERC, email@example.com. For new registrations, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-bureau-of-special-education-february-leadership-forum-registration-27758535527 . We do apologize for any inconvenience.
The Bureau of Special Education currently offers several resources to assist you in searching for topics discussed in past Bureau Bulletin articles, Bureau Blogs and Bureau Updates.
For topics appearing in articles from Fall 2011 through the present, please use the search feature located at the top of the current Bureau Bulletin home page: https://ctspecialednews.org/
For topics appearing in articles from Spring 2010 through Fall 2011, please use the following directory which will bring you to the edition of the bulletin in which an article with your topic appears: Bureau Bulletin Article Directory Spring 2010-Fall 2011
For topics in articles from Summer 2008 through Spring 2010, please use the following directory which, again, will bring you to the edition of the bulletin in which an article with your topic appears: Bureau Bulletin Article Directory Summer 2008-Spring 2010
You may also access past editions of Bureau Blogs and Bureau Updates from September 1996 up to Summer 2008 through the Bureau of Special Education Web page: http://www.sde.ct.gov/sde/cwp/view.asp?a=2678&q=320720
It is our hope to bring each of these resources together under one easily searchable index in the future. In the meantime, we hope these resources will assist you in your research. For questions related to this article, please contact Jay Brown at 860-713-6918 or firstname.lastname@example.org.