The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services conducted a webinar July 14 that was plagued by, as the department is gently describing it, "technical difficulties." I was listening in and it was more like the voices were absolutely unintelligible, despite several pauses to try and fix the glitches. But the office is planning to continue the event again this Thursday. From a press release from Alexa Posny, the assistant secretary of OSERS: At this time I would like to extend an invitation to join me, along with Lynnae Ruttledge, Commissioner of OSERS' Rehabilitative Services Administration (RSA), Sue Swenson, OSERS' ...
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