MISSOURI COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATORS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
The Collaborative Conference is an annual event which is jointly planned and implemented by the Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education (MO-CASE), the Missouri Council of Exceptional Children (MO-CEC), the Missouri Association of School Psychologists (MASP), and the University of Missouri Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. The Missouri Speech-Language and Hearing Association (MSHA) also contributes to the conference. The intent is to provide an opportunity to learn with colleagues about evidenced-based and high leveraged practices within a multi-tier system of supports which increase the likelihood of positive educational outcomes for all students, particularly those with special needs. It is targeted to all who are involved with instruction and intervention from pre-K through grade 12, including teachers, special education teachers, related service providers, specialists, coordinators, principals, and district-level administrators.
Those who wish to sponsor the event are provided a five minute presentation before all conference attendees; a 6-foot table and draping; however, sponsors may use their own promotional materials, as they desire. Sponsor tables are placed in the highly trafficked hallway of the hotel that leads in/out of the ballroom and is the passageway to meals and breakout session rooms. The cost of sponsorship is $3,000. Sponsors will be recognized on our conference materials and on the MO-CASE website.
The Holiday Inn, located at 2200 I-70 Drive SW, Columbia is charging a room rate of $108.95/night. Please be sure to mention you are attending the Collaborative Conference to get this special rate using code "E20". You may make reservations by calling 573-445-8531 or online via this link:
Contact us at:
Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education (MO-CASE)
3550 Amazonas Drive
Jefferson City MO 65109
Phone: (573) 644-7804
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