“On Demand” STEP BASIC Rights IDEA YouTube Workshop Series Now Available


Be one of the first to view the newly launched BASIC Rights: Training on IDEA - A Parent’s Introduction to Special Education YouTube Video workshop series.  

Thanks to generous donations last year we were able to complete this much anticipated training series. 

An exciting new way to learn your special education rights (or refresh your knowledge): 

  • Watch each of the eight chapters when you are ready
  • View specific segments of interest as many times as you want
  • Complete all 8 chapters and receive a “Certificate of Completion”

We think you are going to be thrilled with this new way to get the information you want “on demand."

In addition to more YouTube video workshop series we want to:

  • Open the doors of STEP University -- an online portal that will host webinars, workshops, real-time FAQs and more!
  • Make the STEP website more user and mobile friendly
  • Translate materials in other languages
  • Jazz up our Youth Portal

Click here for more information.

STEP BASIC Rights IDEA YouTube Workshop Series


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