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Questions about the Conference on Inclusive Education
Inclusive education is a process of school reform that creates equity in education and increases achievement for ALL students. In inclusive schools, students, families, general and special educators, administrators, support staff, and community members work together to make curriculum accessible to all learners and to differentiate instruction. This conference brings members of each of these distinct groups together to learn and collaborate, and focuses on strategies that support the inclusion of students with all types of disabilities in general education.
PEAK’s annual Conference on Inclusive Education is an excellent professional and personal development opportunity for EVERY PERSON involved in the education and inclusion of diverse learners. Family members, youth, self-advocates, general and special education teachers, school administrators, college students and other professionals are all encouraged to attend!
Inclusion Conference History
Accessing General Education Curriculum
Accommodations and Modifications
Advocacy & Rights
Behavior Support Strategies
Data that Supports Inclusive Education
Differentiated Instruction & universal Design for Learning
Early Childhood Inclusion
The Individualized Education Plan
Inclusion in College
Literacy and Reading
Restorative Practices for Families and Teachers
Systems Change for Inclusion
Transition to Adulthood
A Youth Leadership Strand
Norman Kunc & Emma Van der Klift
And MANY more!
This years Presenters at the PEAK Parent Center Conference on Inclusive Education are relevant, exciting, experts experienced in vast areas of knowledge to round out the Conference.
- Applicant must be an Educator or Administrator of a Colorado school.
- If the applicant already registered for the conference, they are ineligible for a scholarship.
- Download the application complete, scan and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Upon review by the scholarship committee, applicant will be notified of the decision within 7 business days of receipt.
- Registration must occur within 5 business days of notification of applicant’s scholarship or scholarship will expire.
Attend the entire conference.
There will be a limit of 2 tables per organization/business.
For Profit: an organization or business for the purposes of generating profit.
Non-Profit: an organization or business for purposes other than generating profit. The organization or business benefits: 1) the public and/or 2) a specific group of individuals. A non-profit has tax exempt status.
Self-Advocate: an organization or business that is owned or co-owned by an individual with a disability. The goods or wares are created or co-created by the individual with the disability.
For Profit exhibitor space: (1 table – 6’x3′) $275.00.
Non-Profit exhibitor space: (1 table – 6’x3′) $225.00.
Self-Advocate exhibitor space: (1 table – 6’x3′) $70.00.
* The above fees include one table. You may purchase up to one additional table at the same fee as the first table.
PEAK Parent Center cordially invites you to participate in our 37th Conference on Inclusive Education, Igniting Opportunities for Inclusion – Heard • Seen • Honored to be held on April 17 & 18, 2023, at the Renaissance Denver Central Park Hotel.
The Conference will host a wide array of presentations designed for professionals, parents and individuals on the topic of inclusion across environments and the lifespan to include special education. Attendance for this conference averages nearly 400 participants. The conference addresses effective inclusion practices for youth with disabilities (birth through 26 years of age) in general and special education, transition and post-secondary services.
You may choose to participate in the PEAK Parent Inclusion Conference in two ways:
purchasing table space to exhibit at the conference; and/or
purchasing a sponsorship level package – For Sponsorship information click here.
The Conference Committee has the sole right to determine the eligibility of any company or product for inclusion in the exhibit hall.
Exhibit space is limited to 40 tables. Exhibit space will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis, so consider filling out your application early!
Exhibit spaces are allocated based on 6’x3′ table sizes. If additional space is required, please reserve up to one extra table for your exhibit. We are unable to hold tables without a completed and confirmed application, and payment.