The Local Right to Education Task Force #15 

The Right to Education Consent Agreement of 1972 provided for the establishment of a Local Right to Education Task Force in each of the 29 Intermediate Units across Pennsylvania. The primary purpose is to ensure that the intent and spirit of the Right to Education Consent Agreement is carried out throughout the Commonwealth.

The Local Task Force #15 is a group of parents and professionals working together to insure the right to education for persons receiving special education services in the Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry and northern York counties. The Local Task Force is comprised of parents, school district representatives, county mental health/intellectual disabilities office (MH/ID) representatives, a CAIU representative, and representatives from the local ARC offices.

The mission of the Local Task Force #15 is to provide a public forum that promotes collaboration among parents, educators, and community agency professionals to address issues affecting all students receiving Special Education services in order to strengthen and improve programs and supports in Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry and northern York counties. at the CAIU building in Enola. All meetings are open to the public and parents of school-age students receiving Special Education services are invited to attend. 

The Local Task Force is comprised of parents, school district representatives, county mental health/intellectual disabilities office (MH/ID) representatives, a CAIU representative, and representatives from the local ARC offices.  Meetings are open to the public. More information can be found here:

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Local Right To Education Task Force Flyer

 

 

 
 
For directions or additional information, please see the Right to Education Task Force information at www.caiu.org and clicking on “resources – for families.”
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