Michigan Events

Michigan Events

As the largest gathering of special education stakeholders in Michigan, the 84th annual conference will be held February 28, 29 and March 1, 2024, at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel in Grand Rapids. This year’s conference theme, An Exceptional Celebration, will uplift learning while highlighting the work and achievement of special education students, educators, and parents.

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February 28, 29 & March 1, 2024

Michigan Mathematics Educators (#MichME) is a collaborative networking group where administrators, math coaches, math specialists, and math teachers work together to learn and implement effective teaching and learning of mathematics.

Learning will be centered on the classroom moves and practices that are shown to increase student engagement, understanding, and joy in mathematics. Through cross-district collaboration, personal reflection and

September 28, November 8, December 13, 2023
February 8, March 7, 2024

State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs): Pending


February 13-14, 2024
March 18-19, 2024

Belleville, Michigan

The Michigan POHI/SXI Conference is an annual, state-wide, professional development event: This unique conference targets the professional development, skills training, and person-to-person networking needs of educators, therapists, and parents who are involved with providing programs and services to children who have physical impairments (PI), traumatic brain injuries (TBI), severe multiple impairments (SXI), and/or other health impairments (OHI).

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April 29, 2024


We are a group of individuals that are interested in collaborating and learning together about Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Everyone is welcome!

Find more on the Michigan Schools in AACtion signup form.

Last Friday of each month October 2023 - May 2024

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