Tech Talk Assistive Technology Newsletter
State-Initiated, Federally Funded Special Education Programs
Helping children learn to their full potential
Tech Talk contains information about programs, services, events andresources for K-12 teachers, parents and special program staff. It is published two times per year.
Recent Issues of Tech Talk
- Tech Talk Vol7, No 2, April 2018, AT for Blind/Visually Impaired (pdf)
- Tech Talk, Vol 7, No 1, January 2018, AT Support for Blind/Visually Impaired (pdf)
Archived Issues of Tech Talk
Ingrid Aasan, Director of Special Education Programs, 612-638-1517, email@example.com
Dolly Carr, Support Services, 612/638-1529, firstname.lastname@example.org
Centers of Excellence
We offer a variety of regional workshops providing the opportunity to learn with educators from other schools and districts around the region. For more information go to the Centers of Excellence page.
MN Low Incidence Projects
Our Projects are designed to assist school districts across the state in fulfilling federal requirements in the areas of implementation of the IDEA. For more information go to the MN Low Incidence Projects page.
Metro Specific Learning Disability Project
Metro ECSU, in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Education, provides support and assistance to students with Specific Learning Disabilities. For more information go to the Specific Learning Disability Project page.
Metro ECSU Online Registration
View all listings and events offered by Metro ECSU and register at our Event Calendar page..
Greater Minnesota Launch PAD
AGM Launch PAD is a program that provides culturally affirmative psychological assessments to students (ages 0-21) who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing and DeafBlind, who live in Greater Minnesota (outside the 7 county metro area) and attend a Minnesota public school.
Judy Wolff Library
Lending Library Materials are available September through June for Minnesota residents only. Please contact the library to reserve items well in advance of time needed.More Information