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CEC’s Career Center is your destination for new jobs in the special education profession. If you are looking for a new opportunity or are an organization looking for new hires, please take advantage of the resources on this page.

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Gain access to an on-demand professional learning library of webinars, courses and more
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Gain access to tools, research, and learning you need to make your students successful
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Offers in-person professional learning opportunities for special educators, early interventionists, administrators, and related service providers committed to supporting and improving outcomes for youth with exceptionalities
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Choose from online events that air live or on-demand events that let you learn on your own schedule
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Browse our curated resources from interview hacks, job search ideas, and find inspiration in the experienced words and videos from your graduate and pre-service special education peers
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Learn tips and tricks for job candidates seeking a position in special education
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View resources from our experts on the table topics, interview tips, on-boarding questions, and more
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Resources designed to support and strengthen educators understanding of the high-leverage practices for students with disabilities
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Explore our library of resources for evidence-based, practical tools and information you can use in your classroom
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From learning your new role to understanding how to best support your students, we have the resources to help you get started confidently
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The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)'s Professional Preparation Standards define the specialized expertise special educators must master for safe and effective practice
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Our Specialty Sets, Ethical Principles, and Professional Practice Guidelines are used in conjunction with CEC’s Standards by special educator preparation programs as they develop their curriculum and create performance assessments
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Specialty Sets delineate the essential knowledge and skills that beginning special education professionals must possess to be ready to begin their practice in specific areas

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