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The CEEDAR Center
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C stands for Collaboration
The CEEDAR Center staff has been working diligently to establish a national presence for those interested in educator professional learning, accountability, and reform related to educating students with disabilities. To fulfill the CEEDAR mission, we intend to provide direct leadership and coordination support to TA participants while increasing impact through strategic dissemination. During our first year, we developed and solidified relationships with a number of collaborators through knowledge development and TA&D.

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Kathleen Paliokas is the Director of InTASC, a graduate of the William and Mary School of Law and, and a certified Tai Chi instructor. Find out more about this valued CEEDAR partner in our CEEDAR Spotlight
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NCSER has a new commissioner. Read CEC Today’s interview with Dr. Joan McLaughlin.

CCSSO and UCEA collaborated on a report relevant to leaders, Standards for education leaders: An analysis. The resource is available for download.

The IRIS Center has released two new tools, one of which includes summaries on evidence-based practices. Visit their website to explore.

Take advantage of this webinar from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, “Is value-added accurate for teachers of students with disabilities?” being held this Friday, February 7 at 2pm EST. Register here.
Upcoming Events
Webinar: Is Value-added accurate for teachers of students with disabilities?
February 2 at 2pm EST

NASDTEC Ted Andrews Winter Symposium, Newport Beach, CA
February 5 through February 7

AACTE 66th Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
March 1 through March 3

CEC Convention & Expo, Philadelphia, PA
April 9 through April 12
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