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Tool of the Week

  • Progress monitoring is essential for teachers who want to ensure their lessons respond to student needs and achievement. To make sure you cover your data collection and progress-monitoring bases without taking valuable time away from teaching, this weeks FREE tool is a set of steps to help co-teachers divide and conquer the data collection monster. ...

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2018 Utah CEC General & Special Education Teacher Annual Conference
"Be The Change You Wish To See"

2017 Conference Flyer

A big thank you to all those who attended our last conference! It was a lot of fun and educational. We especially want to thank all those who presented and for our keynote speaker Michelle Porcelli.  You can still access the resources from the conference at the link below.

Printable Conference Resources

Policy Insider: Legislative Update

  • In response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, President Trump issued a fact sheet outlining his “immediate actions to secure our schools.” The Administration intends to “assist states to train specially qualified school personnel on a voluntary basis” to be armed with firearms in schools. In addition, the Administration will establish a federal commission, chaired by Secretary DeVos, to address school safety. Among other issues, it will focus on potential recommended policy for arming teachers. To confirm CEC’s commitment to ensuring safe school environments for all children and youth, educators, and school personnel, CEC...