Understanding and Using Data for Families of Children with Special Needs

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8790006505304388610


This presentation will provide information on how data can be used to guide programming and services for students with disabilities. Participants will understand how data forms the foundation of the IEP process and how schools use data to measure progress and outcomes for students.


Dani Scott has worked within the field of special education for 23 years. She is currently a School Administration Consultant on the Special Education Team at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Her current duties include procedural compliance, IDEA complaint investigations, and disproportionality. Dani has served as a school psychologist, school counselor, and Director of Student Services in various districts across the state. Most recently, Dani served as the Director of Student Services in the Baraboo School District. Dani earned her doctorate in educational leadership at Edgewood in 2016; the focus of her dissertation research was on trauma-informed practices at the elementary level. Dani also serves as an adjunct faculty member at UW-Stout and UW-Eau Claire, teaching for their special education teacher pre-service and director of special education programs.

Workshop Registration Form

Workshop Registration Form

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