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Retaining Top Talent through NOLA’s Special Education Leader Fellowship - Shared screen with speaker view
Lori Ellis - MSDE
22:54
Lori Ellis, Coordinator for Leadership Development, MSDE
Kristine Melloy
23:07
Kris Melloy, Professor, University of Northern Colorado
Michael Saylor
23:08
Michael Saylor - Delaware Department of Education, School Leadership lead
Whitney Schexnider
23:14
Whitney Schexnider, Statewide Instructional Coordinator, Idaho SESTA
Eric Wells (he/him), ODE
23:14
My name is Eric Wells. I use the pronouns he, him, and his. I am the Director for IDEA Part B (School Age Special Education) with the Oregon Department of Education.
Allison Towey
23:24
Allison Towey, Curriculum Associates
Melissa Oates
23:28
Melissa Oates, DEDOE
Joelle Lastica Hlava, Office of the State Superintendent of Educ
23:29
Hello everyone! My name is Joelle Lastica Hlava, and I am state accreditation administrator at the Office of the State Superintendent of Education in D.C.
Kara Williams ODE
24:16
Kara Williams. Director of Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education and Regional Low Incidence Programs with the Oregon Department of Education.
Lauren Irwin
36:16
How do you identify the schools within those national school visits?
Michael Saylor
38:49
What strategies are you using to increase diversity in your fellows?
Eric Wells (he/him), ODE
39:01
What role, if any, has your SEA played in supporting capacity for inclusive leadership in your schools?
Michael Saylor
39:29
At the conclusion of the program, do principals receive a micro-credential or certification?
Eric Wells (he/him), ODE
42:52
Thank you :)
Lauren Irwin
52:32
Go UD!
Mike Mannelly - ADE
54:19
So true! Many knowledge gaps to fill!
Michael Saylor
01:14:12
Thank you!
Mike Mannelly - ADE
01:14:12
Thank you!