Extended Learning Opportunities and Students With Special Education

What is an Extended Learning Opportunity or ELO?

The ELO Program in the Manchester School District is an opportunity for students to explore and receive credit for extended learning activities outside the traditional classroom, including, but not limited to, internships, community service, independent study, private instruction, work-based learning and various other activities. The granting of credit shall be based on a student’s demonstration of course competencies, as approved by certified personnel. Through reflection activities, students examine their personal goals, skills, and values relating to the world of work
Does your school offer Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs)?
ELOs are offered at my school for:
Does your school have a designated ELO Coordinator (ELOC)?
Have you been involved with helping create ELOs for your student?
Have you ever attended an IEP meeting with an ELO Coordinator present?
How often have you noticed an ELO Coordinator at IEP meetings?
Do you think the presence of an ELOC at IEP meetings would benefit students with transition planning?
Have any of your students participated in an ELO?
Those who have had students participate in ELOs, how often have the ELOs been completed?
What one suggestion do you have to either initiate or improve an ELO program in your district for a student with special education?
Your answer
What would you like to see an ELOC do to facilitate a student with the transition process?
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