N.J. Council for Exceptional Children (NJCEC)

New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children (NJCEC) is a part of the Council for Exceptional Children, the international/national voice for special education. NJCEC/CEC is dedicated to improving outcomes for students of all ability. This organization acts as an advocate and guide in matters of federal legislation, professional standards, professional development, education of school personnel and families, effective classroom practice and resources available for effective professional practice. In addition, CEC has 17 divisions for specialized information, sponsors journals and newsletters, and hosts conferences and conventions at the local, state and national level.

NJCEC offers an annual conference, a professional publication(s), that keeps members aware of national issues and current teaching strategies, professional and student recognition programs including scholarships for high school seniors with special needs and selection of a teacher of the year.

Website

njcec.org

Dues

Dues: Premier membership $205; Full $115; Basic $65 a year through International CEC.

Contact

Contact: Julie Norflus-Good, president, at jandcgood@msn.com

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