Idaho SESTA provides information, resources, technical assistance, and professional development training to stakeholders around the state to improve outcomes for students with disabilities in the State of Idaho.
Contact Idaho SESTA at:
Phone: 1-844-IDSESTA (1-844-437-3782)
Brief support specific to your LEA, school or student. This begins with an initial phone call or Zoom meeting to determine appropriate support which may include:
Long-term support (Targeted Technical Assistance) requires an LEA or school commitment to long-term systemic change. The SESTA team works with your team(s) to identify systemic needs in the areas of special education processes, universal systems, targeted intervention systems, and intensive systems of support. LEA/school teams will participate with SESTA through a 6-step process, which includes:
Support throughout this process is individualized to LEA/school needs and may include ongoing coaching or consultation, onsite training, virtual check-ins, and/or specialized training by position or topic. To request, submit a Help Desk Request.
Statewide learning opportunities for educators of all different roles in all parts of the state to increase knowledge and skills. Statewide trainings are available to all and require registration. Find what’s currently available on the Idaho SESTA home page.
Idaho SESTA, through the ITC, provides new and updated resources on topics important to educators. Go to the ITC Resource Library to search resource. Below is a list of the types of resources available from Idaho SESTA:
Learn how Idaho SESTA provides academic and behavioral assistance through SESTA’s Tiered Support framework.