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Welcome to Board Brief, a summary of recent decisions and actions from the CEC Board of Directors. The following is a brief summary of key outcomes from online votes in September and the November 2021...
November 23, 2021
Spread the word about your participation in the CEC 2022 Convention & Expo with our Social Media Toolkit.
Take action as we find ourselves on the brink of a historic increase for IDEA programs.
November 05, 2021
Arlington, Va. ― The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is pleased to announce the election of three new board members, Ben Hicks, Laural Jackson, and Charmion Rush. These new members will provide...
November 03, 2021
I joined CEC when I began my full-time graduate program after five years of public school special educate-ing, and the words, “I wish I knew about this five years ago,” became my slogan with every new...
October 21, 2021
Nick D. Polcini has served as a special educator for about 21 years in the field. He has been a middle school teacher and a high school teacher working with kids with Learning Disabilities and Autism. Nick graduated from West Chester University of PA in 2000 in Special Education and earned his M. Ed. In Special Education with an area of concentration in Secondary Transition at WCU in 2005. Nick currently teaches as a special education teacher at B. Reed Henderson High School in the West Chester Area School District in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
October 11, 2021
We're pleased to announce Andrea D. Jasper, Ph.D., has been named 2022 CEC President-Elect.
September 23, 2021
In this issue of Board Brief, we give a brief summary of key outcomes from the July 2021 Board of Directors meeting.
September 23, 2021