DOE guidance on how to document IEP-mandated services: School counselors, social workers, psychologists, Vision Education Services and Hearing Education Services
The city Department of Education released this guidance about encounter attendance for school counselors, social workers, psychologists, Vision Education Services and Hearing Education Services.
The following email about the SBO voting process was sent on May 21, 2020, to all chapter leaders by UFT Contract Empowerment Department Director Debra Poulos.
The following resources may be helpful to ADAPT members and their families. This list will be updated periodically and will also be available through our chapter office.
The UFT has been in regular communication with ADAPT management about the issues our members say are important to navigating these challenging times. Here is some information the union can share with you as a result of these discussions and our experience assisting members with COVID-19 related issues over the past few months.
The following email about the Chapter 683 summer program was sent on May 20, 2020, to all District 75 members by District Representative David Doorga.
I want to update you about the support available to your child care program through the extension of waivers and the CARES materials grant. Read good news regarding your subsidy payments and apply for the CARES grant to get materials and supplies for your program
The following email about clustering was sent on May 16, 2020, to all social workers and psychologists by Chapter Leader Raul Garcia.
Since the students aren’t physically in front of us, Sallie Mae will offer webinars on the key topics of understanding financial aid offers and planning for college to enhance the wonderful work you are already doing.
The city Department of Education released this guidance about encounter attendance for school counselors, social workers and psychologists.