MASA: MN Assn. of School Administrators
Every Child Matters: MN Children's Platform Coalition
MAAP: MN Association of Alternative Programs
MASSP: MN Assn. of Secondary School Principals
MDE: MN Dept. of Education
MESPA: MN Elementary School Principals Assn.
MNCEC: MN Council for Exceptional Children
MSBA: MN School Boards Assn.
MN Special Education Compliance and Assistance: Complaints, Hearings, Mediation
AASA: American Assn. of School Administrators
CASE: Council of Administrators of Special Education
CEC: Council for Exceptional Children
Disabilityinfo.gov: the New Freedom Initiative
USDOE: U.S. Dept. of Education
Professional Development for Veteran Special Education Directors
The Minnesota Special Education Leaders Foundation (MNSELF) is seeking applicants to participate in the 2016-2017 Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP). EPFP is a 14-month professional development fellowship focusing on state and federal education policy. The EPFP invites applicants who have a commitment to both personal and professional development in the area of public policy and who have a desire for making things happen - inside and across organizations. Click Here for more information
Help Support MNSELF:
Minnesota Special Education Leaders Foundation
at the 2016 MASE Fall Leadership Conference!
Each year at our fall conference, we hold several fundraising events to benefit leadership development in special education. This year, we again
dedicate our efforts to supporting MNSELF.
Click here to see how you can support MNSELF!
MASE 2016-2017 New Leaders’ Cohort
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Click Here to Register Online
The MASE New Leaders’ Cohort is a series of professional development sessions that provide opportunities for newly employed Minnesota special education directors to explore the basic information needed for a successful first year, for mid-level leaders to enhance leadership skills either in preparation for advancement in leadership or for general skill development, and for “newer” leaders who wish to refresh their training. Participants will have the opportunity to meet other new leaders, experienced colleagues, state department staff, and other resourceful people from the special education community. Topics include federal and state special education law, finance and budgeting, state reporting, program topics, and leadership. Select sessions will have role-specific content to build individual skills. Continuing education units (CEUs) will be granted for each session in the series.
View the latest in Association News, Weekly CASE Reports, and Quarterly Newsletters
Printable MASA/MASE Joint 2016-2017 Calendar
Contact information for active and retired members.
Base language for new special education director and continuing special education director.
Improving educational outcomes for all children; closing the education gap; reducing over-identification.
MASE Business Partners
We would like to thank our Tier III 2016-2017 Partners for their continued support!