Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative
Funded by the Commonwealth since 2007, the Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative offers grants to college-school partnerships to support eligible public high school students with intellectual disabilities, ages 18-22, to increase their academic and career success by being included in a college or university community of learners. ("Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative", 2016)
Learn more about this initiative at this upcoming Complimentary Transition Training on Dual Enrollment!
Massachusetts Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment (ICE) Presentation:
Glenn Gabbard, EdD. Coordinator, Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Program (ICE) will focus his presentation on the Massachusetts Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative: how it works; who it is designed to serve; and how families can get more information about individual partnerships.
We'll also discuss the difference between this program and the typical services and supports for students available at colleges and universities as well as the difference between MAICEI and dual enrollment programs within the Commonwealth.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 7:00pm-8:30pm
WHO: Glenn Gabbard, EdD. presenter
Parents of Transition Aged Teens/Young Adults, Educators, Transition Specialists, Special Education Directors, Consultants, and related industry professionals.
WHAT: A hand out will be provided
WHERE: 15 Main St. Ext. Unit 7, Plymouth, MA 02360
WHY: Learn what the MAICEI is all about and how you can assist the teens and young adults in your life!
Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative. (2016). Executive Office of Education. Retrieved 20 September 2016, from http://www.mass.gov/edu/birth-grade-12/higher-education/initiatives-and-special-programs/inclusive-concurrent-enrollment/