1996-1997 Annual Report on the TFQIS

Annual report on the Task Force on Quality Inclusive Schools

1995-1996 Annual Report on the TFQIS

Annual report for the Task Force on Quality Inclusive Schools

1997-1998 Annual Report on the Task Force for Quality Inclusive Schools TFQIS

Annual report filed by Gerald Mager for the Task Force on Quality Inclusive Schools

2003 Summary on Three Initiatives (1-3)

Report on #1 Seeds for Co-Teaching Grants, #2 Partnership Exploration Grants, and #3 Regional Task Force Summer Action Grants.

Minigrant Initiatives Final Report on Inclusive Teacher Preparation Programs

Asked institutions to indicate their overall plan for developing or modifying their teacher education programs to prepare all teachers for working successfully with students who have special needs. This document is a final report of the project.
(96 pages - PDF)

Parent to Parent of New York State

A place where families of individuals with special needs and the professionals who support them can meet and share information.

New York Families for Autistic Children

NYFAC, has developed and instituted a wide variety of programs and services. NYFAC is recognized as a leader world-wide in the development of training materials for professionals working with children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

NYHESC Statewide Taskforce Meeting

04/11/2008 - 8:00am
04/11/2008 - 3:00pm

April 11, 2008 at the Clarion Hotel on Everett Road in Albany.

There will be an orientation to the TF session at 8:00 for first-time attendees, and begin the general sign-in at 8:30. The first presentation of the meeting will begin at 9:00.  We'll adjourn at 3:00.  Please let us know your intention with regard to attending so that we can plan and prepare materials accordingly.


Dec 3-7 is National Inclusive Schools Week

12/03/2007 - 12:37am
12/07/2007 - 11:59pm

From the National Education Association, “since its inception in 2001, Inclusive Schools Week has celebrated the progress that schools have made in providing a supportive and quality education to an increasingly diverse student population, including students with disabilities and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The Week also provides an important opportunity for educators, students, and parents to discuss what else needs to be done in order to ensure that their schools continue to improve their ability to successfully educate all children.”


Steve Wirt

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HESC Website Content Manager

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