Natalie Danner, Ph.D.


Montessorian. Teacher Educator. Inclusion Advocate.

Position Statement Executive Summary: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education


Manual


Vicki Stayton, Linda Flynn-Wilson, Harriet Able, Natalie Danner, Lorraine Dejong, Cori Hill, Eva Horn, Hailey Love, Jennifer Kilgo, Ann Mickelson, Mary Murray, Sandy Hess Robbins, Christine Marvin, Cynthia Vail, Pam Winton
Division for Early Childhood, 2017

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DEC Position Statement: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education
Executive Summary

Division for Early Childhood (DEC) September 2017

What is the purpose of this DEC position statement?
The Division for Early Childhood (DEC) of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) considers high quality personnel preparation to be essential to positive outcomes for young children, birth- through-eight years, at risk for or with developmental delays or disabilities and their families. Therefore, this position statement provides guidance for the personnel preparation of educators who work with children birth-through-two years in Early Intervention (EI) and children from three- through-five and six-through-eight years in Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE). Throughout the position statement, the term ECSE refers to both EI and ECSE educators who possess a state license/certificate in one or more of the above age categories or state equivalent.

Available on the DEC website.

Cite

APA
Stayton, V., Flynn-Wilson, L., Able, H., Danner, N., Dejong, L., Hill, C., … Winton, P. (2017). Position Statement Executive Summary: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education. Division for Early Childhood.

Chicago/Turabian
Stayton, Vicki, Linda Flynn-Wilson, Harriet Able, Natalie Danner, Lorraine Dejong, Cori Hill, Eva Horn, et al. Position Statement Executive Summary: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education. Division for Early Childhood, 2017.

MLA
Stayton, Vicki, et al. Position Statement Executive Summary: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education. Division for Early Childhood, 2017.