TBAISD Provides Parent Support Through Advisory Council

The Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is composed of a group of parents of students with disabilities from Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau county school districts. Together, this group provides a ...

Summer Youth Employment Program a Huge Success

Summer Youth Employment Program 2013 This summer, 72 students with disabilities gained work experience thanks to a longstanding partnership between Traverse Bay Intermediate School District, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, and Disability Network. The three entities teamed together to provide opportunities for students to gain employment, learn ...

Embracing Dyslexia

Mental Health and Wellness Workgroups Formed

Let’s Talk About Inclusion!

By Karen Wang

Disability Awareness Scholarship Now Accepting Applications for the 2014 Award is pleased to offer scholarships in support of disability awareness. Every year, a prospective or current college student will be selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship to help with the costs associated with attending school.

Unlocking A Learning Disability

By gogettergirl95, Roswell, GA

Amy Brenneman's Approach to Education

Returning Troops & the Transition Back to School

President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address expressed a desire to bring home 34,000 American troops currently serving in Afghanistan over the next year; 80% of citizens agree this undertaking is necessary. Thanks to the GI Bill ...

Parent Network Explores "Inclusion in Our Education Systems"

Disability Network's Parent Network members have linked with Jill Fouch, an ASD Instructor from East Grand Rapids Public School.  Jill will be in Traverse City on Tuesday, April 2, and has offered to present to our Parent Network about ...




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