Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Evening Seminar for Counselors, Teachers, and School Leaders

The DePaul University and
Facing History and Ourselves Collaboration Presents an Evening Seminar
Counselors, Teachers and School Leaders:
Working Together to Create Optimal Schools

This seminar provides education professionals with the tools for tackling important conversations about their roles and how working together impacts school-wide success.

Feb. 18
6-8 p.m.
Schmitt Academic Center
Room 154
2320 N. Kenmore Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614
The DePaul and Facing History and Ourselves collaboration is generously supported by the Donna and Jack Greenberg Charitable Trust.
Two CPDUs available.
Refreshments will be served.
To RSVP, email

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

IDEA Turns 40!

The DePaul College Of Education Presents The Winter Education Issues Forum:

IDEA Turns 40!
Examining the Past and Present of the Special Education Law
Join us for a discussion about:
-Current issues and challenges for educators working with special needs students

-Equity issues at the intersections of disability, race, and current policy

-The future of special education

For more information, contact Diane Horwitz at
2 CPDUs Available for Teachers
Free and Open to the Public

5:30 to 7:30 pm
2250 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614

Speakers include:
DePaul University Special Education Faculty

Beverley Johns,

President, Learning Disabilities Association of Illinois and Chair, Illinois Special Education Coalition
Kristine Mayle, Chicago Teachers Union Liaison to Special Education Committees and Chair, Illinois Federation of Teachers Special Education Committee
Federico Waitoller,
Assistant Professor Special Education, University of Illinois at Chicago