Middle and High School teachers can learn Best Practices for Inclusive Educational Standards for students with disabilities, including autism.
TIPs (Tapestry Inclusive Practices) Inaugural Conference provides new pedagogical methods enabling students with varying learning abilities to work toward college preparatory diplomas in general classroom settings.
Learn how on Friday, July 19, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tapestry Public Charter School, 3130 Raymond Dr., Atlanta 30340. The cost for the conference is *free.* Breakfast and lunch will be provided to registered participants.
Most Georgia middle and high schools separate students with disabilities, including autism, into resource or self-contained classrooms for much of the school day. Five-year-old Tapestry Public Charter School’s experts have dramatically changed that model and will share new best practices with interested educators.