You’ve never heard of Ron Burgundy? That’s very surprising, because he’s “kind of a big deal.” The 2004 comedy Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy is often considered one of Will Ferrell’s best movies. The film focuses on Ron Burgundy, San Diego’s leading news anchor in
We know you love helping others – and saving money! CEC offers many volunteer opportunities at the convention that will help you save big. Volunteers receive the lowest registration rates for 2015! Sample volunteer duties include working at the Program Pick-up booth at registration, introducing
Russell Gersten, CEC 2015 Convention Program Chair, has planned a rich and substative invited program. Join experts in the field of special education and related disciplines and participate in the dialogues on current and relevant topics. Here’s a sampling of what to expect: Assumptions About
Like many large U.S. cities, San Diego is divided into neighborhoods, each with a distinct character of its own. Here is a sampling of the local neighborhoods you can discover during CEC 2015: Core District The Core is the economic center of San Diego
Most of your time at a CEC 2015 is spent learning all that CEC, the convention presenters, and exhibitors have to tell you about the latest in special and gifted education. We realize, though, that another huge draw to a convention is visiting the city!