Top 10 Reasons to Attend MI Council for Exceptional Children Conference from March 4-6


And the Top 10 Reasons are...

•Collaborate and network with experts in the field and other professional colleagues from around the state

•Be a presenter and share your knowledge

• Be a part of the largest and longest running special education conference in Michigan

• Celebrate Michigan students, teachers, administrators, parents and community members for outstanding accomplishments in their work

• Explore cutting edge technology and resources from vendors

• Earn State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs) and Social Work CE Hours

• Enjoy Grand Rapids – check out the city

• Get energized with ideas and strategies to implement the very next day

• Choose from 4 one-day workshops and over 110 breakout sessions over three full days

• Be the first to know about innovative practices across the State of Michigan

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