The National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) is a new national technical assistance center funded by the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). NCII’s mission is to help stakeholders across the country learn about and implement intensive interventions to enhance academic and behavioral outcomes for students with disabilities in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Apply for Intensive Technical Assistance NCII will provide intensive technical assistance primarily targeted to local education agencies (LEAs) and schools. LEAs and schools participating in NCII’s intensive technical assistance will receive onsite and distance support from technical assistance providers who have experience delivering and researching components of intensive interventions. NCII will partner with state education agencies (SEAs) to identify potential LEA implementation sites and provide resources to support scale-up of intensive interventions over time.
NCII currently is accepting Letters of Interest for intensive technical assistance support. Letters of Interest are due on May 30, 2012. Download the NCII National Technical Assistance Call<http://intensiveintervention.org/NCII%20National%20TA%20Call,%202012.pdf> for detailed information about the technical assistance NCII offers and how to submit a Letter of Interest.
Informational webinars about the National Technical Assistance Call will be held on April 19, 2012 at 3:00pm Eastern and May 8, 2012 at 4:00pm Eastern. To access the webinars, go to http://tadnet.adobeconnect.com/ncii/ on the day of the webinar you wish to attend. Sign in as a "Guest." Dial 1-800-591-2259 and enter the Participant Code, 992889.
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NCII will develop resources targeted towards schools and districts implementing intensive interventions for students with disabilities. Publications, webinars, videos, and tools will be disseminated through their newsletter and website (www.IntensiveIntervention.org<http://www.IntensiveIntervention.org).
Resources will be developed and added over time, so sign up now for NCII’s newsletter to be notified of new resources. Sign up at http://intensiveintervention.org/communication.php.
Learn more about the National Center on Intensive Intervention at www.IntensiveIntervention.org<http://www.IntensiveIntervention.org or email NCII@air.org