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Journals and associations with a special education emphasis

Journals and associations with a special education emphasis

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The Master's in Education that I'm working on has a specialization in SPED. I'm looking to subscrite to an insightul journal or article. Also, I'm trying to find a professional association to join. It could either be for SPED or Elementary Education. Since I'm not currently teaching, it limits my options. Does anyone have experience with the CEC- Council for Exceptional Children? Any ideas/ feedback would be appreciated!

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Kathleen Burgess
Library/Media Curriculum Chairperson for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia

IASE, The National Association of Special Education Teachers, The International Journal of Special Education, Council for Exceptional Children(CEC), Journal of Special Education Technology,The Journal of Special Education Learning Disability Quarterly, Journal of Learning Disabilities

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CEC has some very practitioner oriented children. It is a very helpful journal. There are also subdivisions so if you need support regarding behavior CCBD would be a good subdivision to join.

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