The 2018 G-CASE Spring Conference

 A Special Education Legal Forum

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 GAEL Summer Conference 2018

Jekyll Island Convention Center

Sunday, July 8 – Wednesday, July 11, 2018


 2018 Special Education Legislative Summit

The Westin Alexandria

Alexandria, Virginia

Sunday, July 8 – Wednesday, July 11, 2018


 Annual CASE Fall Conference 2018

Beau Rivage, Biloxi, MS

Wednesday, November 7 – Saturday, November 10,




G-CASE 2018 Fall Conference

Marriott Savannah Riverfront, Savannah, GA

 Wednesday, November 14 - Friday, November 16,



 Spring 2019 G-CASE Conference

 The Classic Center, Athens, GA

 Monday, March 18 – Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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 Special Education Legislative Summit, Washington DC


Position Opening July 2018: Executive Directoof G-CASE


Congratulations to this Year’s Award Winners!


Award Winners


 2017 GAEL Exemplary Service Award- Donna Poole, GLRS Director, Middle Georgia

 2017 Outstanding New Director Award- Heidi Hill, Director of Special Education, Clark County Schools

 2017 Theodore Smith Scholarship- Tracy Cook, Newton County Schools

 2017 GAEL Jim Puckett Award- Traci White, Director of Special Education, Baldwin County Schools

 2017 Lillie Moncus Award – Becky Conner, Director of Special Education, Catoosa County Schools

2017 Distinguished Service Awards – Mikki Garcia, CEC President and Donna Ann Flaherty, Program Specialist, GaDOE

Tony Molinaro Scholarship – Katie Lowry, Rabun County Schools



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G-CASE Awards

2015 CASE Exemplary Unit Award


2016 CASE Award - Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education, was honored for Outstanding Awards. Georgia has 5 awards, including significant contribution to G-CASE, distinguished service, service to state education organization – GAEL (Georgia Association of Educational Leaders), new administrator and outstanding educator awards. Georgia also has 4 scholarships: legislative leadership award for exceptional advocacy to the organization or students with disabilities, a scholarship for a special education administrator to attend CEC, scholarship to a special education teacher or paraeducator pursuing further education and one for an individual who has shown significant leadership potential and is currently in a leadership program. Georgia also added 2 awards in 2015 – one to honor the past president of G-CASE and a CEC Ambassadors Program where selected teacher leaders become involved to support fall conference.