Idaho delegation attends special education summit
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Five special education professionals from Idaho volunteered their time to participate in the 2018 Special Education Legislative Summit from July 8–11 in Washington, D.C.
Kindel Mason, Jerome School District Special Services Director, was a member of the delegation.
“For me, the highlight of the summit was meeting with members of Congress and their staffs,” Mason said in a statement. “There are important policy issues before the U.S. Congress which can have a positive impact on the outcomes for children with exceptionalities.”
While on Capitol Hill, the Idaho team presented Representatives Labrador and Simpson, as well as Senators Risch and Crapo with four issues: