A FREE Webinar for CEC Members
Free Members-Only Webinar
What’s Happening in Washington: Anticipated Policy Shifts and What They Mean for You
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
6-7 p.m. ET
2017 has been a time of change and uncertainty for all federal policies, but especially for education. We know you're paying attention—this year, you and your fellow special educators sent thousands of letters to your members of Congress, helping ensuring that your voices are heard. Now, we're bringing you the updates that you need on what's still happening in Washington.
In this wide-ranging session, CEC’s Policy and Advocacy Director will analyze education policies currently under discussion in Washington, D.C., review the recent changes to education policy supported by the Administration and Congress and examine their impact on children and youth with disabilities and/or gifts and talents. Issues to be discussed include federal appropriations, private school vouchers, Medicaid and health care reform, recent supreme court decisions and others. Strategies and techniques for you to become involved in CEC’s advocacy campaigns will be shared.
|Deborah A. Ziegler, Ed.D. is the Director for Policy and Advocacy at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), where she works to further the overall goals of CEC through improving policies affecting exceptional children and youth and the professionals who work with them, at all levels of government. Dr. Ziegler works with the White House, the United States Congress, and the Federal Agencies including the U.S. Department of Education to advocate for policies that guarantee a free appropriate public education for children and youth with disabilities and gifts and talents.
Registration is free for CEC members!
Non-members who would like to register can become a CEC member and then register for the webinar. You'll receive a confirmation email from email@example.com once your CEC member status is verified.