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Navigating the SED Website

March 15, 2017

12:00 p.m.

.5 CTLE Credit | 0 CPE Credit

Ever have trouble finding what you want on the State Education Department website? The NYSED website is full of helpful information for business management professionals. In this webinar, NYSASBO's Deborah Cunningham will review valuable information you can get on the web from the offices of:

State Aid
STAC and Medicaid
Facilities Planning
Educational Management Services
Child Nutrition
Fiscal Analysis and Research Unit
Information Reporting Services

Deborah led NYSED's Office of Educational Management Services for 10 years and has been a steady collaborator with NYSED and user of NYSED resources since she joined NYSASBO's staff as Director of Education and Research in 2013. This webinar is sure to provide you with something helpful you didn't know before.

Presenter: Dr. Deborah Cunningham, Director of Education & Research, NYSASBO

$0 for Members / $50 for Non-Members

Registration must be received by 11:59 p.m. on March 14, 2017. Registrations submitted after this time may not receive login details for the webinar.


 

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