Teachers Connecting Through California CEC:

You’re Not Alone!

October 12 & 13, 2018

Embassy Suites, Burlingame, CA

Register here


Conference Information & Highlights


  • Pre-Conference Workshop on Dyslexia                                  8:00-4:00

Dr. Eric Tridas, Immediate Past-President, International Dyslexia Association (Click here for Bio)

  • Exhibits and Poster Presentations                                          5:00-7:00
  • Keynote Address                                                                        7:00-8:00
  • Reception                                                                                    8:00-9:00

Hosted by California Council of Administrators of Special Education



  • 24 Workshop Presentations                                                     8:00-2:45
  • Exhibits and Poster Presentations                                          7:30-2:00
  • Luncheon                                                                                   12:00-1:30

Presentation of “Yes I Can!” Awards

  • Raffle                                                                                            2:45-3:00

Conference Vendors

  • Alliant International University
  • EdLogix
  • Goalbook
  • Grow Brains System, Inc.
  • Kiducation/Transition 2 Life
  • Project Discovery
  • QBS, Inc.
  • Saltillo Corporation
  • San Jose State University, Department of Special Education
  • Siras Systems
  • The Stepping Stones Group
  • Stockton Unified School District
  • TAI – Talent Assessment, Inc.
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
  • Winsor/Sonday System



  • Credit cards will be the only way to register for the conference.
  • Student scholarships will be available – information will be emailed and posted on the CACEC website (www.calstatecec.org)
  • A strand of workshops on school safety will be provided for administrators.
  • A limited number of hotels rooms are available at a discounted rate of $179.00. Call 650-342-4600 to make your hotel reservation, inform them that you are with the California Council for Exceptional Children.