Oral language skills are the “core of the Core” — foundational to students’ ability to grasp the material in the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). As a result, Special Education leaders expect increased demand for Tier II interventions. But how can school districts address reading and social-skills deficiencies in light of budget cuts and other common core state standards challenges? Watch, listen, and read insightful discussions featuring a leading communications disorder expert on such topics including expanding role of the SLP in developing literacy and the implications of CCSS for Tier II interventions, examples of developmental interventions mapped to CCSS and how SLPs can help bridge social communications and academic skills gaps.
Maryellen Rooney Moreau, M.Ed. CCC-SLP is widely recognized for special education professional development and is president of MindWing Concepts, creator of popular speech-language program, Story Grammar Marker®
Barbara Moore, Ed.D. CCC-SLP is the ASHA Vice President of Planning and former president of the California Speech/Language Association, an expert on issues related to special education, RTI and school-based SLP services.
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