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Support All Students with Equity-Based MTSS
Monday, January 27, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Dr. Amy McCart, Co-Director, SWIFT Education Center, and Associate Research Professor, Life Span Institute, University of Kansas; and Dr. Dawn Miller, Associate Director of Technical Assistance, SWIFT Education Center
Sponsored by Illuminate Education
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A multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) provides a data-driven framework for delivering equitable outcomes for each student. But many educators are struggling to design a system that serves the whole child and supports all students while allocating their limited resources impactfully and scaling equitable practices system-wide.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Amy McCart and Dr. Dawn Miller, leading MTSS experts from the SWIFT Education Center, provides proven steps for approaching this work in your own school or district.
While watching this edWebinar, viewers will:
- Unpack the concepts of MTSS and equity and how they connect
- Discover strategies for designing their own equity-based system using current resources
- Utilize SWIFT’s Equity Report Card tool to take back to their own school or district and evaluate their current system
This recorded edWebinar will be of particular value to preK through high school teachers, school and district leaders, MTSS coordinators, instructional coaches, data coaches, and school psychologists and counselors.
About the Presenters
Amy McCart, Ph.D., is Co-Director of SWIFT Education Center and Associate Research Professor with Life Span Institute at the University of Kansas. She leads an amazing team of technical assistance professionals in urban, rural, and high-need schools across the nation. Her team provides professional development and technical assistance to help educators improve outcomes for all students, with emphasis on students of color and those with the most extensive need for support.
Dr. Dawn Miller serves as Associate Director of Technical Assistance at SWIFT Education Center. She provides professional development and consultation to districts across the nation around continuous improvement and tiered systems of support for all students. Prior to joining the SWIFT team, Dr. Miller was part of a team-leading efforts for an integrated academic and behavior approach to MTSS in a first-ring suburb of Kansas City. She also served as project director for statewide implementation of the problem-solving process and developing the Kansas Multi-Tiered System of Support.
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