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CDCI Connects comes out twice a month, featuring news for and by Vermonters with disabilities.


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This month Jesse Suter connects with Michael F. Giangreco, as they cover Giangreco's 30-year career at the University of Vermont.

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Find out more about the Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies

CDCI's Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies allows you to craft your own personalized learning pathway. How can you make disability equity a professional priority?

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Unpacking suspension & expulsion of children with disabilities

Two of the authors of the PIES Study discuss their findings on suspension and expulsion in Vermont's early childcare settings, and its impact on Vermont families.

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New virtual workshop series for healthcare providers, educators and families

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The Vermont I-Team is proud to offer "Comprehensive Evaluation of Students with Complex Profiles", a free virtual workshop series that goes beyond the question of special education eligibility.

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