Membership

How to become a member of CEC and Texas CEC
(Texas Residents, you automatically become a member of Texas CEC when you become a member of National CEC-No additional fees or application required):



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Regardless of which level you choose, CEC membership provides expanded benefits and services and allows you to select the option that best meets your needs. 

You can choose how you:

  • Access evidence-based articles to broaden your knowledge.
  • Receive news and information to keep you current.
  • Engage in conversations that stimulate your thinking.
  • Take advantage of discounts to save you money.
  • Make connections to expand your relationships and find new paths to advance your career.

You work hard to make sure your students are doing their best, so CEC will help you do your best.

What are you waiting for? Join CEC today!

Membership Types

You can establish your CEC membership in one of three ways:

  1. Premier (our most expansive package with exclusive benefits)
  2. Full (offers all the benefits of Basic membership as well as special professional development and topical information)
  3. Basic (featuring the most-requested CEC member benefits at our lowest price)

Students receive 20% off any individual membership rate. Students must be enrolled full or part-time in a matriculating program by an accredited college or university. Students are eligible for the discount for a maximum of 6 cumulative years.  For verification the following information is required at the time you join or renew – University Name, Expected Graduation Date and Degree Program.

International Developing Countries — Individuals residing in developing countries, as identified by the World Bank Modelmay join CEC at the Full Membership option for only $50Your mailing address must be in a developing country. Otherwise, you will be charged the regular Full Member rate of $115.

Looking for group membership? Check out our School/School District Package with special savings.
Compare the CEC Membership types
Download a CEC Individual Membership Application


Compare Membership Benefits

Not sure which membership type is right for you? Here's a handy chart to help you easily compare the benefits offered through each membership type.

No matter what, your CEC membership will provide you with information to broaden your knowledge and keep you current, open discourse to stimulate your thinking in the CECommunity, connections to expand your relationships through our Special Interest Divisions and state/provincial unit membership, and paths to advance your career and practice.

Membership Benefits

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Download the membership benefits comparison chart.

Students: take advantage of a special 20% discount on any membership tier you select! Students must be enrolled full or part-time in a matriculating program by an accredited college or university. Students are eligible for the discount for a maximum of 6 cumulative years.  For verification the following information is required at the time you join or renew – University Name, Expected Graduation Date and Degree Program.

International Developing Countries — Individuals residing in developing countries, as identified by the World Bank Modelmay join CEC at the Full Membership option for only $50Your mailing address must be in a developing country. Otherwise, you will be charged the regular Member rate of $115.