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Addressing Disproportionality in Schools

  • 5 Mar 2021
  • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 84


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Disproportionate identification of students for special education programs and the disproportionate application of discipline policies leads to disparate outcomes for youth in schools.

This presentation will focus on:

  • Helping school psychologists better understand state performance plans and how the Office of Special Education Programs and the Office of Civil Rights examine disproportionality and implications for school-based data monitoring.
  • Understanding policies and practices within schools that contribute to disproportionality.
  • Strategies for addressing disproportionality in the schools. 
State level data will be reviewed and compared to base rates and federal data where available.

Need CEUs?
Member/Non-member: $20

This course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LEPs, LMFTs, LPCCs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. This course also qualifies for 3 hours of continuing professional development for Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSPs), under provider number 1025. CASP maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

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Membership fees:

Regular/Associate: $30

Retired/Student: $20

Angela Mann, Ph.D, BCBA, NCSP is credentialed as a School Psychologist behavior analyst, and licensed psychologist. She has trained at the Kennedy Krieger Institute at John's Hopkins Medicine supporting children with disruptive behavior disorders as well as the Rothman Institute at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine supporting youth with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and other disorders of the anxiety spectrum.

Dr. Mann's lab, The Social Justice in Schools Lab, investigates social justice, community inclusion, and access to services for youth with non normative behavioral profiles and their families. he research falls into three categories:  

  • Social Justice in School Systems
  • Supporting Youth with Challenging Behaviors, their Family, and the Community
  • Improved Systems of Care for Youth with Nonnormative Behavioral Patterns

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