About RPC

      • 15 Linden Park BuildingMid-West Regional Partnership Center (RPC)

        The Mid-West Regional Partnership Center is part of the NYSED Office of Special Education (OSE)'s Educational Partnership network.  We engage in systems change work, providing a variety of supports including regional learning opportunities, targeted skills groups, and intensive partnerships.  We provide technical assistance and professional development to a variety of stakeholders in the Monroe 1, Monroe 2, Genesee Valley and Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES Regions as well as the Rochester City School District.  We work toward sustainability and share promising/effective practices within the region and across the state.

        As part of our regional team, we work with the Early Childhood and School-age Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Centers.

        Click Here to browse our Regional Learning Offerings that are geared towards improving outcomes for Students with Disabilities.  All workshop and trainings are free of charge.



        Mid-West RPC at Monroe 1 BOCES

        15 Linden Park
        Rochester, NY 14625
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      Free Workshops

      • Mid-West RPC Professional Development Opportunities

        All Mid-West RPC workshops are free of charge.  However, we do require registration so that we can have materials available for all participants.

        We are now using Frontline Education's Professional Growth (formerly My Learning Plan) for registration.  If your school district does not use this system, you can sign up for a free account while registering for your first workshop.

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      Staff Directory

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