Now Accepting Applications

Are you a current Nebraska high school senior
with a disability heading to college next year?
Are you a current special education teacher
working in Nebraska?

The Nebraska Council for Exception Children
is now accepting applications for:

2018 Scholarship Recipient
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Teacher of the Year
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Policy Insider: Legislative Update

  • Clinical practice and partnership are central to high-quality teacher preparation, and although a variety of delivery models can coexist, they all must incorporate key principles to be effective, according to a report recently released by a commission of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). In the report, A Pivot Toward Clinical Practice, Its Lexicon, and the Renewal of Educator Preparation, the AACTE Clinical Practice Commission describes a “cacophony of perspectives” across today’s teacher preparation programs regarding what constitutes clinical practice. The commission calls on the field to pivot from its “divergent understandings of terms, structures and quality”...

Call for Proposals

With on-going emphasis on evidence-based practice, the 2018 Nebraska CEC conference invites proposals addressing needs of students in special education from early childhood through secondary academic environments.

Nebraska Council for Exceptional Children is a state-wide community of educators who strive to be the voice and vision of special and gifted education. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with exceptionalities and their families through professional excellence and advocacy across the state of Nebraska.

The Deadline for proposals is March 16, 2018

Click here to submit a proposal


Registration for the
2018 Nebraska CEC
State Conference
is now open:

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