SPEDxchange Offers Webinar on Special Ed Challenges from COVID-19


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WEST SIDE CHICAGO — Education faces some of its most difficult challenges today. For special education teachers, students and administrators, those challenges are even more serious.

SPEDxchange, the community for special education answers, resources and jobs, is offering a webinar to help sort through the chaos.

John Consalvi, a veteran special educator and founder of SPEDxchange, invites all special education administrators and superintendents around the country to a webinar next Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m. central time.

Consalvi will cover the current special education teacher shortage, how COVID-19 may impact that shortage, and how schools can prepare for the 2021-2022 school year hiring and the challenges ahead.

Consalvi has recently been featured on major media outlets in Illinois talking about special educator challenges today and how his company is helping address those: with John Williams on WGN Radio in Chicago, and with Joey McLaughlin on WTAX Radio in Springfield.

To register for the free webinar, click here: Webinar Registration

To learn more about SPEDxchange, click here: https://www.spedxchange.com/.


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October 7, 2020 at 04:03PM

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