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  • 42nd Annual Special Education Administrators' Conference

42nd Annual Special Education Administrators' Conference

  • Sunday, September 22, 2019
  • 12:00 PM
  • Tuesday, September 24, 2019
  • 12:00 PM
  • TanTarA Resort

Registration

  • MO-CASE Members receive the special conference rate of $340 if registered by August 16, 2019. You must provide your CEC Member ID Number when registering to receive this rate.
  • Those of you who would like to pay MO-CASE/CASE/CEC membership dues, along with conference registration, pay a bundled rate of $465 if registering by August 16, 2019. This provides you with membership at the "basic" level. If you would like to upgrade to "full" or "primier" membership, please visit the CEC Website.
  • If you are retired special education educator, you can register at the flat rate of $100.00, if you register by September 21, 2019.
  • MO-CASE Members receive the special conference rate of $370 when registering between August 17, 2019 through September 6, 2019. You must provide your CEC Member ID Number when registering to receive this rate.
  • Those of you who would like to pay your MO-CASE/CASE/CEC membership dues, along with conference registration, pay a rate of $495 if registering between August 17-September 6, 2019. This provides you membership at the "basic" level. If you want to upgrade to "full" or "premier" membership, please visit the CEC Website.
  • MO-CASE Members who register after September 7, 2019 will receive a special rate of $420. You must provide your CEC Member ID Number when registering to receive this rate.
  • Those of you who want to pay your MO-CASE/CASE/CEC membership dues, along with conference registration, pay $545 if registering after September 7, 2019. This provides you with membership at the "basic" level. If you wish to upgrade to "full" or "premier" membership, please visit the CEC Website

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The 2019 Special Education Administrators’ Conference will again open on Sunday afternoon with a Law Seminar beginning at 2:00 p.m.  Selected attorneys will present on legal issues and practical strategies for responding to legal challenges.  

Following the Sunday Law Seminar, an Awards Banquet and Dinner will be from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. where all award winners and Charles Cummings Scholarship recipients will be honored.  


Monday morning’s General Session will begin with dynamite Keynote Speaker, John O'Connor.  Directly following the General Session,  DESE will address multiple important topics. The General Session will conclude at 11:30 a.m. The afternoon will allow attendees opportunity to select from many quality breakout sessions.  The program provided for you features invited speakers and panel members from local school districts, DESE, colleges and universities and private practitioners.


KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Monday, September 23, 2019

John O'Connor



John O'Connor has led school improvement initiatives at the state and local level during his 28 years in public education.  He started his career as a special education teacher serving students with orthopedic impariments in elementary and middle schools.  Since that time, he has held a variety of administrative positions.  For nine years while working at the Georgia Department of Education, he led state-wide initiatives to improve the achievement of students with disabilities.  He has also served in local districts as an Assistant Director for Special Education, Executive Director for Special Services, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and Director for Interventions.  John has written four books, including his most recent, Great Instruction, Great Achievement for Students with Disabilities:  a Road Map for Special Education Administrators.  He has also co-written a textbook chapter, a desk guide and numerous articles.


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FEATURED SPEAKER

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Anastasia (Stacy) Kalamaros Skalski, Ph.D.

Anastasia (Stacy) Kalamaros Skalski, Ph.D. is the Director of Professional Policy and Practice for the National Association of School Psychologists. In this capacity, she works collaboratively with national and state leaders, education and mental health professionals, and public officials to advocate for the alignment of research, policy, and practice at the state and federal level.  Her primary focus is on promoting high quality educational practices and student services, and comprehensive coordinated school-based mental health services.  Dr. Skalski has over 25 years of professional experience in the field of school psychology having previously served as the Coordinator of Mental Health Services for the Douglas County Schools (CO), as an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Colorado-Denver, and as a school psychologist practitioner for the Douglas County and Cherry Creek Schools (CO).










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