Graduate Student Attendance at Houston MTSS/RTI Conference Nov 30 and Dec 1 2017


This price is for attendees who are CURRENTLY enrolled in an educationally related Graduate Program. We operate on an honor system and this option is intended to support “starving graduate students,” not reduce school districts’ costs.

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You may receive a refund from Data-Based Conferences less a $75 Process Fee for cancellations 30 days or more prior to the first day of each conference. No Refunds after this date. Conferences Written notification is required and can be obtained by contacting or Data-Based Conferences reserves the right to change its payment procedures at any time without notice to you.

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Our MTSS Conference is Returning to Houston!

In conjunction with the Department of Psychology and the Texas Center for Learning Disabilities, University of Houston, Data-Based Conferences will be bringing our team of national experts to Houston on Thursday and Friday, November 30th and December 1st, 2017, to work with school leaders and practitioners to provide state-of-the-art information on best practices for instruction, behavior support, and assessment. This is our second Houston Conference and

we promise “something new”–expansions of

last year’s content to some other topics, with particular attention to trauma-related mental health interventions given recent events in southeast Texas and the Houston area. We also will be including dyslexia, and more attention to autism and ASD. We also promise something “old”–critical features to support high quality implementation such as foundations of research-based language arts intervention across tiers, assessment and decision making, legal supports and barriers

in Texas and beyond, and lessons learned in successful implementation. Attendees will be able to participate in selected whole group Keynote sessions as well as select Break Out sessions related to their own interests and needs. Our approach to MTSS and RTI is one of “Every Ed,” where implementation success is

a collaborative effort among multiple parties, including general, remedial, and special education. Our nationally recognized experts bring practices that are scientifically sound yet practical with respect to implementation success. Join us.


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