NCCRESt regularly hosts a number of conferences, workshops, online seminars and other events on the subject of the disproportionate representation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education.

Here is the list of upcoming events not to be missed.

Reducing Disproportionality in Special Education

Educators and instructors will find a series of webinars designed by the Regional Resource Center Program especially useful. Disproportionality: Reducing Disproportionality in Special Education-Together We Can!! has five sessions that cover such topics as Introduction to the Series, Beyond Compliance, Intervention, Addressing Systemic Issues, and Roles and Responsibilities for Moving Forward. If you would like to take part in the event make sure you register in advance as space is limited.

Equity Alliance Webinar Series

The Equity Alliance at Arizona State University (ASU) offers a webinar series called Educational Equity. The series consists of three webinars: The State of Equity in Public Schools, Gender Equity and Academic Achievement and Outcomes, and Addressing Discriminatory Treatments in High Schools. The series starts in late January and continues through September.

First Annual What Works in Education Partnerships National Conference

The conference is organized by Arizona State University to discuss the key aspects of evidence-based practice in educational research and how it can be applied in practice in the classroom. The event is meant for educators and instructors as well as education researchers, evaluation experts, practitioners, policy-makers and other people committed to improving educational systems to look into effective strategies and specific examples of "what works".