ACCESS Project Communication Workshop Series

The session focuses on ways to identify communicative intent and facilitate communicative competence and academic achievement for students with complex communication needs.  Participants will be guided through a variety of Read More

ACCESS Expands Professional Development

Beginning with the 2016-2017 school year, the ACCESS professional development menu now includes sessions designed for all educators working with students who receive special education services.  These redesigned sessions focus on evidence-based instructional Read More

2016-2017 Professional Development

Stay tuned for the ACCESS Project statewide professional development schedule for the 2016-2017 school year.  Once posted, registration will be available through PDMS.

2016 Professional Development

Statewide professional development is now open for registration through PDMS! Start off the new year with PD from the ACCESS Project. View all sessions on the Professional Development tab.

ACCESS releases fall PD schedule – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration now open through PDMS.  Click on the Professional Development tab to view the schedule and course numbers for statewide sessions.

ACCESS Spring Statewide Trainings

Don’t miss out on the upcoming ACCESS statewide trainings scheduled for spring 2014! A Deeper Look into English Language Arts and Mathematics for Students with Significant Disabilities NEW!!! For full descriptions, Read More

Inclusion Conference

Don’t miss out on the 20th anniversary of the Delaware Inclusion Conference “Enviable Lives”: A Lifespan Perspective on Family and Community Partnerships.  Keynote speaker, Ann Turnbull, University of Kansas, will highlight Read More

Intro to the Grade Band Extensions

Registered attendees for Tuesday, February 4th – Please check your email for updated weather related information.

Due to school cancellations all ACCESS Project trainings scheduled for December 9th are cancelled.  

Parent Event – Michael Remus “Inclusive Practices – Positive Advocacy from Perceptions to Practice”

Michael Remus is Director of Special Education for Deer Valley Unified School District in Phoenix, Arizona. He has guided six different educational systems with varying numbers of students, schools and Read More

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