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New School Program To Provide Affordable Safety And Federal Special Education Grant Assistance For U.S. Schools

Special Education SERAPH Help

Special Education SERAPH Help

 

A new training program entitled the SCHOOL SAFETY ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM which provides schools with federal level training to assist in securing Special Education funding has been announced today.

 

The new program trains and certifies school based personnel to audit their safety, emergency management and Special Education systems – known by the U.S. Department of Education as a Climate Assessment. This assessment provides important documentation for schools to apply for Federal grant monies.

 

LIABILITY ISSUES WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS

The TASA Group

The TASA Group

Attorneys – School Administrators – School Board Members

 

On Thursday, May 2, 2013, at 2 p.m. ET, The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with school safety experts Andy Demidont and Dale Yeager, will present a free, one-hour, interactive webinar, LIABILITY ISSUES WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS, for all legal professionals. Click here to register for this webinar.

SERAPH School Safety & Education Management

A WELL MANAGED SCHOOL IS A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE SCHOOL

 

SERAPH SCHOOL SERVICES provides problem solving for School Administrators, School Boards and Departments of Education.

SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHOOTING IN NEWTOWN, CONNECTICUT WAS LIKELY PREVENTABLE

A team of Congressional school safety experts who provide special reports to congress say that the shooting  situation at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticutwas likely preventable.

The team believes that there appears to have been a lack of proper exterior monitoring and training of staff to visually detect weapons and threats.

“The Newtown, Connecticut shooting appears to have been caused by a lack of exterior monitoring of the school as is recommended by the U.S. Department of Justice Safe Schools guidelinesand a lack of training of staff in weapons identification and threat assessment”, states Dale Yeager the leader of the congressional report development team. “Over the next few weeks the district administrators and school board need to be asking some tough questions.”