SCCEC 2019 Professional Development Conference

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Save the Date!
March 1-2, 2019
Embassy Suites by Hilton
9800 Queensway Blvd.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Thanks to our Sponsors!

Sponsors/Exhibitors make SCCEC's annual conference possible.
If you are interested in exhibiting at the 2019 conference:
Exhibitor Packet
Electrical Order Form
Package Handling Procedures for the Embassy Suites



TED is a community of professionals that lead and support teacher education on behalf of students with exceptional needs.
Brochure SC-TED Brochure 2017


DADD is committed to enhancing the quality of life of individuals, especially children and youth, with autism, intellectual disabilities and other developmental disabilities.
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Website https://sites.google.com/view/sccecdadd/home


CASE promotes professional leadership and provides special education administrators with opportunities for personal and professional advancement.
Website http://sccase.wixsite.com/sc-case


DCDT focuses on the career development of individuals with disabilities and/or who are gifted and their transition from school to adult life. 
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Conference 2018

LTI 2018


From National CEC:

2018 Midterm U.S.
Congressional Election
Voter Education Guide

Dear CEC Member,
   With Election Day quickly approaching, CEC is pleased to provide you with I Educate,
I Participate: 2018 U.S. Midterm Congressional Election Voter Education Guide, your
resource to the upcoming elections.
   As special educators, it is our role to promote civic responsibility and participation in our
democracy. To exemplify this, CEC has unveiled its “I Educate, I Participate” initiative
to illustrate the strong voice of special educators as active participants in our society.
   The 2018 U.S. midterm elections are almost here. CEC has created this nonpartisan
guide to help you make informed decisions at the polls and develop lesson plans for the
burgeoning citizens in your classrooms. “I Educate I Participate” is designed to promote
civic responsibility and participation in our democracy.
   While CEC does not take a position supporting or opposing any candidate or political
party, we do want to provide members with general information on the election, voter
registration information, and classroom resources.
Together we can make a difference,
Deborah A. Ziegler
Policy and Advocacy Services

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Statewide Information

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The Transition Alliance of South Carolina is a statewide infrastructure of strategic planning and support for local interagency teams invested in improving post school outcomes for youth with disabilities through the implementation of research based practices in transition. Visit their website to learn more about the amazing professional development and resources offered through TASC.  

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