The Lower Hudson RSE-TASC exists to ensure that students with disabilities experience the academic and social success needed to meet their goals and be successful in their communities now and as adults. Read some of our Bright Spot stories to learn how students and their families are achieving success in collaboration with regional educators.
The Lower Hudson RSE-TASC supports regional educators in developing their capacity to implement instructional practices and systems that have been proven to be effective for students with disabilities. Read our Newsletter and visit our Whats Works pages to learn more about these practices and the evidence of their effectiveness.
The Lower Hudson RSE-TASC provides a range of professional development opportunities for regional educators to learn about effective practices and systems. Check our Training Calendar, the Mini-Courses on our What Works pages, and our recommended School Tools to start building your skills.
The students in Meryl Taylor’s 5th grade self-contained classroom are busy constructing higher order thinking questions and engaging each other with these questions during classroom discussion. They are proud of their ability to challenge each other to think more deeply about topics and are showing more confidence during student-led discussions.
How did these students
become so adept at
critical questioning and
WHAT WORKS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITES
Visit the pages below to learn more about the practices and systems that support the success of students with disabilities.
- Individualized Education Program & Committee on Special Education Process
- Transition & Work-Based Learning Systems
- Explicit & Specially Designed Instruction
- Proactive Positive Behavioral Supports
- Quality Improvement Process
- Student Outcomes Conference – July 2018
- Four Steps to Keep the Switch Going! – July/August 2018
- Student Outcome Bright Spots: What Works, and How Can We Do More of It?
- Student Outcomes in Developing Social Emotional and Behavioral Skills
- Student Outcomes in Developing Self-Advocacy and Self-Monitoring Skills