The Council for Exceptional Children works to improve and influence public policy affecting children with exceptionalities, those with disabilities and/or gifts and talents, their parents, and the professionals who work with them, at all levels of government. CEC is the recognized leader in advocacy for special education policy.
Fall 2015 BC CEC Workshop - October 23rd
The ASD-Friendly Classroom presented by Allison Adams, M.A. Friday, October 23rd, 2015 9am to 3:30pm Registration deadline: October 16th, 2015
What People Are Saying About BCCEC
My husband & I would like to thank you for your beautiful presentation to our daughter at her school’s year end assembly. We watched and listened with great pride as you honoured her amongst her friends, peers, teachers and staff. We are grateful for the community that surrounds her and know they have all played a tremendous roll in her success. Thank you for taking the time to present to her today so that we could all celebrate together. With much appreciation!
Membership in the CEC gains you access to training, resources, peer-to-peer support and discounts on workshops.
Consider joining the CEC now.
We are here to help you meet today’s new challenges in special education with confidence.
BC CEC is committed to individuals who work with students with exceptionalities — educators, support personnel and parents — recognizing that these dedicated people require tools, resources and professional opportunities to perform their jobs well.
BC CEC supports these individuals by providing educational workshops and conferences on leading best practices throughout the year.
Each year, the BC Council for Exceptional Children celebrates the achievements of children and youth with exceptionalities through the BC CEC Yes I Can! Awards program.
We encourage you to recognize students in your community by nominating them for a BC CEC Yes I Can! Award.