Moving Special Education Forward Together
Presented by CASE Executive Director, Phyllis Wolfram
September 2, 2022
Watch the webinar live or watch the recording later! *Live attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.
About the Webinar
Every July, the CEC and CASE hold the Special Education Legislative Summit (SELS) in Washington DC. For the event, leaders from all over the country convene, both live and virtually, to move special education forward. The Summit includes Town Hall-style events where national leaders, policy experts and Capitol Hill veterans provide updated news and information about the key issues impacting special educators everywhere — including pending legislation, IDEA funding & appropriations, mental health, educator shortages and so much more. Armed with the most relevant information, delegations from all fifty states then proceed to meet with their Congressional leaders to advocate for meaningful change.
In this webinar, we are so lucky to have Phyllis Wolfram, the Executive Director of CASE, join us to report on the 2022 Special Education Legislative Summit, the overall state of special education, and how you can get involved in making it better. If you want to learn the latest in most important developments in special education, this is one event you won’t want to miss.
Phyllis Wolfram is the Executive Director for CASE, the Council of Administrators of Special Education and resides in Springfield, Missouri. She has worked in public education for 37 years. Phyllis’ administrative experience spans 29 years in the field of special education administration. She has been a local special education director in three different districts ranging in size from a small rural district to the largest urban district in the state of Missouri. She has experience in the area of gifted education, Section 504, ELL and early childhood education.