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Committees are a vital part of the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children (MCEC)'s organization.

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Through the dedicated efforts of its Committees, MCEC is able to respond to the needs of its members; work toward completion of action steps within the Strategic Plan; and address key gaps within the profession we represent.

Committees exist and operate within requirements of MCEC's Bylaws, as defined in the MCEC Policy Manual, and through the administrative governance established by the MCEC Board of Directors.

Current MCEC Committees are:

Communication & Membership


Legislative Advocacy and Action

Professional Development

Recognition and Scholarships

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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Join a Committee

A MCEC Board member and/or president appointee will serve as the chairperson and/or co-chairperson of Committees. The chairperson and/or co-chairperson, subject to approval by the President, appoints Committee members. An MCEC Board member assigned to a Committee also serves as a liaison to the MCEC Board.

If you are interested in serving on a MCEC Committee, please complete this form.

Last Updated:  6 July, 2023

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