BROWARD COUNTY ESE ADVISORY COUNCIL
Working to Ensure a Bright Future For Our Students
THE ADVISORY AT A GLANCE
The Broward ESE Advisory Council is a group of parent volunteers who strive to ensure beneficial opportunities for students with learning differences. The advisory promotes meaningful inclusion while working to ensure that our children benefit from the best educational practices and advocate for a stronger system of supports for our students, teachers and support staff.
WHAT WE DO
The ESE Advisory Council is established under the Broward County Public School Policy to provide recommendations to the School Board and the Superintendent on systemic issues affecting
exceptional student education.
At our meetings we provide a forum for information about our district schools, programs, advocacy, support, procedural guidelines, Individual Education Plans (IEP), 504 Plans, college, vocational, and career readiness, school board initiatives, education enrichment, resources and data.
We track proposed, new and existing federal, state, and county legislation and local policies
addressing special education.
Everyone is welcome to attend and participate. We encourage you to bring forward systemic issues that are affecting our ESE students. If you have a specific concern you need addressed, the opportunity to submit your request for someone from the district to contact you directly will be provided. Our monthly ESE Chair Report is presented to the Broward County School Board while continuing communication is maintained with our
ESLS - Exceptional Student Learning Support department.
Visit Our Website: http://www.browardeseadvisorycouncil.com
Connect with us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/browardeseadvisory
Tues 21st, 6.30pm - 9pm
ESE Advisory general meeting - details TBA
ESE ADVISORY SUBCOMMITTEES
The ESE Advisory currently has 4 subcommittees created by parent volunteers.
ACE - Autism Committee of ESE Advisory Council,
Down Syndrome Committee of Broward ESE Advisory Council,
Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities Committee, and Dyslexia/Specific Learning Disabilities.
If you are interested in starting a subcommittee send an email to email@example.com
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ADVISORY SUBCOMMITTEES AND
THEIR MEETING SCHEDULES CLICK ON THEIR PAGE OR FIND IT IN OUR MENU.
When people ask,
"WHAT DO YOU DO?"
"WHATEVER IT TAKES."
ESE ADVISORY EXECUTIVE BOARD