The Vermont Council of Special Education Administrators has been active in educational leadership across Vermont for over 35 years. The organization has supported Special Education Administrators and other special education leaders, and worked closely and collaboratively with Superintendents, Principals, the Agency of Education, family support organizations and many other state organizations throughout the years. We stay abreast of legislative issues at both the state and federal levels. Our collaboration with our national organization, CASE (Council of Administrators of Special Educators a subdivision of the Council for Exceptional Children), continues to broaden our perspective and inform us on the national level. Our goal is to provide leadership, support, collegiality and mentoring to all those who teach and lead in education and special education in Vermont. We are honored to be a part of a state that invests in all of our children for the future of our state. 


PLEASE JOIN US, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH 
VERMONT SUPERINTENDENTS ASSOCIATION
FOR THE SPRING CONFERENCE at LAKE MOREY

    VCSEA WORKDAY #3: Addressing Emotional Disturbance

                 Successful Strategies & Supports


May 15, 2019 - Lake Morey Conference Center, Fairlee, Vermont

12:00 to 4:00


Vermont has the highest rate of identifying students with emotional disturbance in the country and at the same time, is shifting practice in schools with the passage of Act 173.  Learn more about current research and the role of empathy, and hear from a panel of educators and others from across the state about implementing best practice, maximizing mental health partnerships, promising interventions and more.  


        12:00 to 1:00 - Lunch

        1:00 to 2:00 - Keynote: Empathy and Needed Relationships., Dr. Bill Ketterer

2:00 to 4:00 - Panel - Successful Strategies and Approaches in Vermont Schools, facilitated by Dr. Ketterer


Audience - Special Education Administrators, Principals, Superintendents, and others.


Dr. Ketterer specializes in working with children and with schools. He has experience working in residential treatment centers, alternative schools, and Kindergarten to 12th grade public schools. His book, Healing the Self: An Evidence-Based Approach to Reduce Violence and Anger in Schools synthesizes decades of psychological thought about human psychology and well-being into understandable concepts designed to help children grow and healing.


Cost (lunch included):

VCSEA Members: $90

Non-members:   $100


To register, please click here.


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Executive Board Meeting Dates 2018-2019

The board meetings are scheduled to take place on the following dates: 
  • August 31
  • September 28
  • October 26
  • November 30
  • January 25
  • February 22
  • March 28
  • April 26
  • May 15
  • June 28