What is SEPAG?
SEPAG stands for Special Education Advisory Group.
What do we do?
Our mission is to provide a network of parents and a forum for discussion of topics that affect families of children who learn differently. Our goal is to raise awareness within the special education community and foster parent advocacy by providing information through workshops.
Who should join?
Parents are the core members of a SEPAG. This includes parents of children with disabilities who may have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) who are educated in schools within or outside of the student’s home district, . Parents do not need special training or background knowledge to be a member of a SEPAG. Other members may include: school leaders, including the District Supervisor of Special Services and/or members of the Board of Education teachers, Child Study Team members, and other school professionals students and former students other parents committed to improving education in their district community leaders and other citizens.
When do we meet?
Our goal is to provide informative workshops throughout the school year. Keep your eyes posted for our workshop flyers.
Call 856-935-1622 x407