Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children

Advocating for the education of all children with disabilities


Welcome to KYCEC website. Here you will find information about KYCEC, each subdivision of CEC, membership information, and resources for special educators and parents.

Click here for Info & Online Registration for the 2017 Behavior Institute

KYCEC announces the 2017 Mini-Grants Awards. Go to the 2017 Mini-Grants Awards tab on the Home page.

What to nominate someone for KYCEC Officers for 2017-18? Click: Nomination for Officers or to the KYCEC tab.

Here is your opportunity to nominate folks for the 2017 KYCEC Awards! Nominations forms now available. Click here or go to the KYCEC tab.

Nominate a deserving student for the YES I CAN Nomination. Click here for instructions & Nomination form.

YES I CAN NATIONAL WINNERS

Hanna BabcockMathew Chapman

Hannah Babcock
2017 YIC Winner for School & Community Service
Murray State University

Matthew Chapman

2017 YIC Winner for Transition
Greene County School

Matthew Chapman, KYCEC winner in the area of transition, and Hannah Babcock, award winner for School & Community Service, will be traveling to Boston, MA in April to attend the CEC conference and accept their awards.  This is a tremendous honor for these two well-deserving students. 


Become Involved - Join the KYCEC Board: View information under KYCEC tab

Federal Government issues Final Regulations for improving equity in IDEA and address treatment of

students of color with disabilities - Go to State & Federal Regs under the KYCEC tab


 

KYCEC Advocates

KYCEC MEMBERS ADVOCATING FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

History of KYCEC

The International Council for Exceptional Children was founded in 1922 as a nonprofit organization to serve those who serve the educational needs of exceptional children.  The Kentucky Derby Chapter #5 was one of the first chapters.  In 1955, Mary May Wyman organized the Kentucky Federation of Chapters and Divisions #234, and served as it's first president. Listing of KYCEC Presidents since 1955.

Over the years, CEC has compiled an impressive record of accomplishments in serving both the professionals and the children.  CEC has proven to have a substantial impact on federal and state legislators in promoting high standards for the profession and in illuminating a horizon of opportunity for the children. 

CEC Serves all the interests of the special education profession.  CEC invites professionalism, experience, and vision of their members to foster the best possible future for exceptional children.  

If you are not currently a member of CEC, we invite you to join us!

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Welcome to KYCEC

We believe all children can learn!

Our website supports the education of exceptional children and the teachers and school administrators charged with meeting that mission.

Our organization through this website provides all visitors with information on our activities and events in furthering the education of all exceptional children in Kentucky.