CEC 2015 Convention & Expo

DDEL Poster Session

Call for Proposals:
DDEL Student Research Forum Poster Session

CEC 2015 Convention and Expo and Expo

San Diego, CA

April 8-11

Proposal Deadline:October 31, 2014

Proposals accepted electronically via email CECDDEL@gmail.com


DDEL is one of 17 special interest groups of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, including students with disabilities and those identified as gifted. DDEL advances educational opportunities for culturally and linguistically diverse learners with disabilities and/or gifts and talents, their families, and the professionals who serve them.

It is the only professional organization dedicated exclusively to the concerns of culturally and linguistically diverse exceptional learners.

In order to join DDEL, you must 
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Policy Insider: Legislative Update

Congress Passed FY 15 CRomnibus: Increased Funds for IDEA and Javits!

CEC’s advocacy voice was heard! While most education programs were level funded at FY 14 amounts, both special and gifted education enjoyed increases. Congress passed a trillion dollar spending bill to fund the federal government through September 2015, adverting a government shutdown. The CRomnibus combines the merger of 11 individual spending bills that fund the government through the fiscal year – an omnibus – with a continuing resolution (CR) that will provide only short term funding for Homeland Security at FY 14 levels. The following CEC supported programs received increases while all others (IDEA and special education research) were level...

Stepping Up Early Childhood Development: An Investment for Life

A child’s earliest years present the best window of opportunity to ensure good outcomes later in life. Early childhood development programs that include education, health, nutrition and social protection components have proven to be effective in several countries, but despite this growing evidence, more than 200 million children in developing countries under the age of 5 will not reach their development potential. CEC was invited to participate and attended the event. The panel discussed how to use the evidence to influence policy makers and scale up investments moving forward to ensure that children not only survive their early years, but...

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    John Carr, Ph.D.

    John Carr Educational Enterprise (JCEE)
    Concord, CA

    88 Points

  2. Robin D. Brewer, Ed. D.
    Robin D. Brewer, Ed. D.

    University of Northern Colorado
    Greeley, CO

    78 Points

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    Anne Sloboda

    Saskatoon, SK

    72 Points

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    Emily Klein

    University of Idaho
    Moscow, ID

    69 Points

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    Alison E. Heron

    Arlington, VA

    66 Points

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