Submit your proposals for DCDT 2014 Cleveland.
Due Date: April 30, 2014
SAVE THE DATE- NOVEMBER 6-8, 2014
Would you like to honor an outstanding contributor to our field? The Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT), a division of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), is accepting nominations for awards given to people who have made outstanding contributions in the field of secondary education and transition for students with disabilities. Each candidate must be a member in good standing of DCDT at the time of nomination. Deadline for nominations is August 31, 2013. The awards will be given out at the 2013 DCDT International Conference in Williamsburg, VA. To nominate someone for a DCDT award, please submit a letter of nomination to Audrey Trainor. Any questions about the nomination process can also be emailed to Audrey. Nominations and self-nominations can be e-mailed to: Audrey Trainor email@example.com … [ Read More ]
November 13th, 2013 9 am-noon Youth and Parent Involvement in Self-Determination Presenter: John McNaught, State Coordinator of the Virginia Department of Education’s I’m Determined Project, I’m Determined Youth Leaders, and I’m Determined Parent Leaders. 1:00-4:00 Customized Employment and Transition: Is Employment for All Youth? Presenter: Ellen Condon … [ Read More ]
Did you know that policymakers in Washington are thinking about cutting funds for IDEA’s Personnel Preparation Program, a leading source of financial assistance for future special education, local/state leaders, researchers, and related service personnel?
We’re appalled, too!
Join CEC/TED/HECSE to support IDEA’s Personnel Preparation … [ Read More ]
Pat Sitlington Emerging Researcher Poster Award Competition Participant Guidelines
This competition is a two stage process.
THE PAT SITLINGTON EMERGING RESEARCHER AWARD
The Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT) invites graduate students to submit proposals for poster presentations in consideration for the Pat Sitlington Emerging Researcher Award. Selected students in master’s … [ Read More ]