The High-Leverage Practice guidance document was collaboratively developed by the CEEDAR Center and the Council for Exceptional Children. Along with the document itself, these supplemental resources have been created to help assist the spread and implementation of the HLPs.

High-Leverage Practices in Special Education Publication

High-Leverage Practices in Special Education is available for download at no cost by clicking below.

High-Leverage Practices Videos

The High-Leverage Practices (HLPs) video series and related resources are a free resource that is easy to incorporate into a wide range of professional learning formats. Use these concrete examples to anchor and reinforce both knowledge development and application.

These videos can be accessed at the High-Leverage Practices website.

Supplemental Resources

Documents & Files

High-Leverage Practices and Evidence-Based Practices: A Promising Pair

High-leverage practices (HLPs) and evidence-based practices (EBPs) when used together can become powerful tools for improving student outcomes. This brief is designed to show the promise of these practices in advancing educator preparation and practice and, subsequently, outcomes for students with disabilities and those who struggle.

High-Leverage Practices Crosswalk

This document shows points of alignment between the following three important documents: High-Leverage Practices, High-Leverage Practices in Special Education, and Promoting Principal Leadership for the Success of Students With Disabilities.

High-Leverage Practices Flyer List

This flyer gives a basic definition of what high-leverage practices are and the criteria that was used in determining which would be included as High-Leverage Practices for Special Education.

Conference Presentations

High-Leverage Practices Press Conference

Our 2017 CEEDAR Cross State Convening kicked off with a joint press conference with CEEDAR and the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). The conference discussed the release of a new CEEDAR/CEC produced guide entitled “High-Leverage Practices in Special Education.”

Improving Your Instruction: High-Leverage Practices that Work

The 2018 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Convention & Expo featured this joint presentation with CEC and the CEEDAR Center. This presentation introduced the new High-Leverage Practice (HLP) video series that is currently being released.

Webinars

Webinars coming soon!

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