Tribal Community and School Liaisons: How They Are Helpful

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

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When evaluating and planning for American Indian students with IEPs, IEP teams will find Tribal Community and School Liaisons (and other educators working with American Indian students) a rich resource. This webinar will share information about roles and responsibilities of the liaisons, as well as ways they can assist in developing the best possible IEP for American Indian students.


Eva Kubinski is a School Administration Consultant on the Special Education Team at WI DPI. She is the consultant for American Indian Students with IEPs. David O'Connor is the American Indian Studies Consultant for WI DPI.

Bwaakoningwiid David O'Connor.  David is the American Indian Studies Consultant at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). He is also the program lead for the Network for Native American Student Achievement and the Culturally Responsive Early Childhood Tribal Project with the Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network or "The Network". In David's role at DPI, he supports school districts' efforts to provide instruction on the history, culture and tribal sovereignty of Wisconsin's American Indian nations and tribal communities, often referenced as Wisconsin Act 31 and the education of Native American students.  David is originally from and is a member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Ojibwe) in northern Wisconsin.


Workshop Registration Form

Workshop Registration Form

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