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Idaho SESTA is a state-wide training and technical assistance project funded through the Idaho State Department of Education, Special Education. SESTA provides supports to school district personnel across the state.  Find training information, locate resources, and request assistance below.

While there is much uncertainty right now for students, staff, and our families, we wanted to reach out to let you know that the Idaho SESTA team is here to help.

We are working on putting together documents for your teams to use as you navigate how to provide support to students with disabilities in your schools and districts following the guidance of the Idaho State Department of Education and the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). For those of you who have questions, our Instructional and Behavioral Coordinators are continuing to provide support to all districts. 

In order to protect the health of students, staff and SESTA team members, all on-site trainings and support have been suspended. We will continue to keep you updated on any changes to our support as they happen. 

Please feel free to reach out to your SESTA Coordinator, submit a helpdesk request or email help@idahosesta.org.

Thank you for all you do for your students, colleagues, and families. Please stay safe and healthy!

Idaho SESTA Resources


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Idaho SESTA Trainings



UPCOMING SESTA TRAININGS

Idaho SESTA is excited to announce our 2020-21 school year trainings and support. This flyer is intended to help districts with their planning process. The front page of the flyer includes all our statewide face-to-face trainings and the back page includes information the various other ways we are here to support educators. We have dozens of online modules covering a wide range of topics, and several more online series coming soon. New this year is a Classroom Management Behavior series, a new Alterative Authorization Training program, three credit courses, a menu of district-based behavior trainings, and more. And as always, the Idaho SESTA Help Desk is here for you to connect you to the support you need.

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Idaho SESTA Help Desk


Are you a K-12 educator? Have a question about a special education issue in your district/school? Idaho SESTA staff can help. Click the button below to request assistance via an online form submission. Your request will be routed to the appropriate coordinator and he/she will contact you soon.

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