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Membership and Conference Information
Memberships for the Council for Exceptional Children range from $50 to $135.
The Basic Package includes: $1 Million Student Educator Professional Liability Insurance Policy Access to CEC’s Online Learning Library and Recorded “Quick Takes” Video Series Online Access to “TEACHING Exceptional Children” Online Access to “Exceptional Children” ”Special Education TODAY” Weekly e-Newsletter Access to Networking Through the All-Member Forum Member Savings on Professional Development, Publication, Events and Resources Access to Join Special Interest Divisions Membership in State/Provincial Local Unit Preferred Member Pricing on Insurance Programs Access to the CEC Career Center, the Largest Job Bank Devoted Exclusively to Special Education Professionals
The Premier Package includes: $1 Million Student Educator Professional Liability Insurance Policy* Access to all Live and Recorded Webinars Complimentary e-Book from the CEC Store Print Copies and Online Access to “TEACHING Exceptional Children” Print Copies and Online Access to “Exceptional Children” ”Special Education TODAY” Weekly e-Newsletter Access to Networking Through the All-Member Forum Member Savings on Professional Development, Publication, Events and Resources Access to Join Special Interest Divisions Membership in State/Provincial Unit Preferred Member Pricing on Insurance Programs Access to the CEC Career Center, the Largest Job Bank Devoted Exclusively to Special Education Professionals
You also will receive copies of “TEACHING Exceptional Children” and “Exceptional Children” in the membership. There are also several E-books provided.
The next conference is in Orlando, FL from January 16-19. To buy tickets right now, the price is $349
Michigan Education Association
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The membership dues for this organization range from $110-$655, depending on your yearly income.
This membership includes: -Certification Guidance -Conferences and Trainings -National Board Certification Guidance -Special Education Training -Services from UniServ Directors -Legal Services -Certification Guidance -Discounts on Everyday Items -Auto and Homeowners Insurance -Free and Discounted Life Insurance -Belonging to MEA, Being a Champion for Education -Advocacy and Communications -Electing Friends of Public Education -Local Associations and Leadership
2022 MEA Conference Schedule Winter Conference: March 1-3, 2022 (Virtual) Aspiring & Early Career Educator Conference: Saturday, March 19
Education Support Professionals Statewide Conference: Friday, March 18 – Saturday, March 19
Summer Conference: Tuesday, July 26 – Thursday, July 28
Special Education Teachers on Twitter
@EmilyBHardeman: She is a Special Education Teacher and Dyslexia Therapist. She also helps share stories about how Dyslexia has impacted her family to help others.
@probably_margot: She is a Juris Doctor and a former Special Education Teacher. She works to advocate for individuals with disabilities.
@jmlukins: She is a Assistant Teaching Professor of Elementary and Special education. She works to focus on individual strengths and inclusion for all individuals.
@MrsFurlowsClass: She is a Special Education Teacher who works to spread ideas for individuals working with disabilities.
@MsTrishGrace: She is a KISD Secondary Behavior Program Spec. She works to teach desirable behaviors, rather than correcting bad ones.
@ProfessorJBA: He is teacher, leader, advocate for children, author and blogger. He uses his voice to spread awareness and provide lessons for other teachers.
@CottingSchool: Leaders in Special Education, enabling students with special needs to reach their highest learning potential and level of independence.
Special Education Teachers on Facebook
Allie Megan: Resource Room Teacher at Orchard View Schools. A new teacher who hopes to spread the joy of learning to her students.
Kasey Cooney: ASD Special Education Teacher at Muskegon Area ISD. Working to help children with Autism and spread awareness.
Danielle Sanders: Functional Academics Teacher at Robinson Elementary. Working to spread awareness about individuals with disabilities. She also works to ensure that all of her students are included.