Welcome to ESE!
Director, Exceptional Student Education
Learn more about the new graduation requirements for students with disabilities.
This presentation will provide parents knowledge about the credit requirements and the procedure for deferring graduation
BEST PRACTICES FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (BPIE) – SCHOOL
To view a brief presentation about the School BPIE, click the following link:
For more information about the School BPIE and how you can be involved in supporting inclusive practices at your school site, please visit the Florida Inclusion Network and explore all the available resources.
If you have any questions or need further support, please contact Dr. Fartun Mohamud, SDPBC Inclusion Specialist, at email@example.com
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Did You Know?
The School District of Palm Beach County serves approximately 37,058 Exceptional Student Education (ESE) students which include 9,279 gifted students. Eligible ESE students are provided services from birth through age 22. ESE services are available at all public school sites throughout the district.
The School District of Palm Beach County is committed to providing exceptional students a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in accordance with federal, state, and local mandates. In keeping with this philosophy, the School District:
In Florida, students may be determined eligible for the following programs:
|The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law requires all teachers be highly qualified. ESE teachers must have core content area verification in addition to having ESE certification to become highly qualified. Contact Ernesto Lontoc at 434-8799 for further information or visit this web link:|
Link to SP & P
Senate Bill 1108: Information on Renewal Credit in Teaching Students with Disabilites
Bulletin and TAP will provide answers to many questions concerning new information on renewal of teaching certificate
Memo from DOE
Information on implementation of Senate Bill 1108
Online webinars begin February 9, 2016!
Participants may choose webinars that best meet their needs. See flyer for registration and information regarding in-service points.
Virtual Learning Opportunities Which Meet SB 1108:
20 In-service Points for Instruction of Students with Disabilities