How do families improve student learning by partnering with IU 13? More than 7,800 local children, along with their families and schools, rely on IU 13 each year for:
Learn how IU 13 can help your student reach his or her educational goals! Explore the wide range of preschool, regular education, and special education programs and services to the left.
- Early childhood education and services to promote a strong educational start for the youngest learners.
- Classroom instruction to meet the individual needs of K-12 students through special education.
- Enrichment opportunities through seminars, camps, and academic competitions.
- Educational support including psychological and social work services; occupational, physical, and speech/language therapy; and English as a Second Language support.
- Preparation for life after school through School-to-Work, Job Training and Transition Services, and special education student activities.
Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania
August 4-7, 2014
It is with great pleasure that we announce the availability of the 2014 Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 Jae Davis Parent Scholarship for the Eighteenth Annual Progress Through Partnership Autism conference at Penn State University! This scholarship is in memory of a local mother who did outstanding work on behalf of children with Autism and their families.
About the Scholarship:The Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 Jae Davis Parent Scholarship will sponsor up to ten parents ($1500 per family) to attend the National Autism Conference. Application due by March 28, 2014.
The scholarships are provided for parents of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This includes children (ages 3 and above) who are served by IU 13 or one of our 22 constituent school districts. The scholarships cover costs for participation in the national conference, held annually at Penn State University.
Learn more and/or apply here:
For more information, please call 717-606-1738 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.