Select the membership that works best for you. Individual memberships are available in 3 different ways: Premier, Full and Basic. Check out our School District Package for group memberships!
A geographic unit is an organization of all CEC members within a state or province. U.S. and Canadian members automatically receive membership in their associated state or provincial unit.
CEC's special interest divisions each explore a single facet of special education in thoughtful detail, bringing together professionals in each specialized field.
CEC hosts several caucuses, each of which addresses different aspects of diversity. These unofficial bodies make recommendations to CEC on various issues concerning their constituencies.
Are you a current CEC member wondering what the new membership model will mean for you? Are you a new member with more questions? Our Frequently Asked Questions are here to help!
A State/Provincial Unit is an organization of all CEC members within a U.S. state or Canadian province. For example, Virginia CEC is composed of all CEC members in the state of Virginia.
State/Provincial Units provide you with another level of networking, professional development, and information-sharing with fellow members in your state or province. Typical activities of the State/Provincial Units include sponsoring an annual conference and other professional development events, publishing a newsletter or journal, organizing political advocacy, and supporting the activities and positions of the Council for Exceptional Children.
Active U.S. State Units
Active Canadian Provincial Units