The National Black Caucus of Special Educators is a network of educators interested in advancing the education of African American/Black children with disabilities and supporting the professional advancement of African American special educators. The Black Caucus serves as a forum for pre-service students, faculty, educators, and administrators to exchange information, share concerns, and make recommendations to CEC.
We are in the process of planning 2014 BC activities and would welcome your suggestions or comments regarding future activities of the Black Caucus.
For more information and opportunities to participate in the National Black Caucus of Special Educators contact:
Angela McIntosh, President
National Black Caucus of Special Educators
Dear CEC Members:
Exercise your right to vote and maybe win a Kindle Fire! It’s time to elect new CEC leaders, so help guide the direction of our professional organization. Voting is online and only takes a few minutes. Make your voice be heard! Here are the important details.
- The voting period is Sept. 30-Oct. 28, 2013.
- Ballots will be sent electronically from CECvote@directvote.net to all members with email addresses. A paper ballot will be sent if we do not have your email address.
- Contact email@example.com to verify or add your email and update contact information.
- All eligible CEC voters who vote in this election will be entered to win one of 2 Kindle Fires. Two names will be randomly selected by Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS).
- Vote online! It’s fast, easy and it’s green!
If you have any questions, please contact Elections Standing Committee Chair Colleen Konecsni at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for letting your voices be heard!
For more information contact:
Mrs. Doris McQuaige Duncan
531 E. Coldspring Lane
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Request for Information
CEC's Diversity Committee within the Division for Research is looking for topic on current areas of need, focus and potential goals/activities for the Division of Research. All caucuses have been contacted for input.
If you have ideas for research contact Tisa Aceves.
Tisa C. Aceves, Ph.D.
School of Education
Loyola Marymount University
(310) 338-766 email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>