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NMPED/Special Education Bureau Webinar: To view the recorded session:
Click the following link: https://regionix.ilinc.com/join/xtvvmcs

NM PED Special Education Directors' Winter Academy:
  • January 14, 2015 at the Embassy Suites in Albuquerque, NM
    This training is open to staff of regional education cooperatives, public schools, and state charter schools. Each entity may send two representatives.

NMCASE Meeting:
From the Desk of the NMCASE President, Theresa Griffin-Golden:  The NMCASE Board of Directors is proposing to update the NMCASE By-laws at the January 14, 2015 NMCASE Membership meeting.  A majority vote of the NMCASE active members (this does not include Friends of NMCASE members, although we welcome their attendance) is necessary to consider amendment of the NMCASE By-laws.   The purpose of proposed amendments is to bring alignment to our current practices.  We welcome your input and hope that you are able to attend.   

 

Puente Para Los Niños Grant:

The State Plan for the Puente Para Los Niños Grant as well as the 2014-2015 Application is now available on the Special Education Bureau’s website http://ped.state.nm.us/SEB/fiscal/index.html

    Welcome

    NMCASE is a unit of the Council of Administrators of Special Education, Inc (CASE), which is an international professional educational organization affiliated with the Council for Exceptional Children whose members are dedicated to the enhancement of the worth, dignity, potential, and uniqueness of each individual in society. The Council of Administrators of Special Education, Inc. provides leadership and support to members by influencing policies and practices to improve the quality of education. CASE, Inc was constituted in 1952 and has over 4800 members throughout the United States, Canada, and various other countries. www.casecec.org 


    2013 NMCASE Maggie Cordova Award

    Administrator of the Year:

    Maria Jaramillo

    Executive Director of Central-Regional Education Cooperative

    Maria 2

    NMCASE Goals

    • Have at least one member from each of the public school districts
    • Co-sponsor professional development activities in conjunction with the PED, Regional Educational Cooperatives (RECs), and Institutes of Higher Education (IHEs)
    • Have a mentorship program for administrators of special education who have three or less years of experience