As President of Florida CASE, I am honored to serve you in this capacity. Our primary purpose of this organization is to promote proactive leadership in the development and improvement of quality educational services for students with disabilities;To examine and encourage active participation of special education issues in order to promote and advance special education interests; and to foster a spirit of cooperation between those responsible for special and general education for all students.
CASE provides leadership and support to members by influencing policies and practices to improve the quality of education for our students with disabilities, gifted and talented. CASE was founded in 1952 and currently holds a membership of over 5,000 members throughout the United States, Canada and other countries.
As an administrator, we are faced with many challenges in pending legislation, best practices, funding, research and litigation. By joining Florida CASE you will have access to up to date information on an array of issues. If you are not a member of CASE, I encourage you to join. For more information, please click on "membership.' Join Today, Don't Delay!
Dr. Rosalind A. Hall
Standard room rate is $159.00. Resort daily fee is waived, complimentary parking and wireless internet available in guest rooms. Block of rooms reserved three (3) days prior and following our Institute at the group rate until rooms are filled.
Reservations will be open at group rate
through May 15, 2016
Go to https://resweb.passkey.com/go/FLCASE2016
or call (888) 421-1442
Full Conference Rates:
CASE National Members - $275.00
Florida Members - $325.00
Non-Member - $375.00
*No refunds will be issued for cancelled registrations*
Institute for Small and Rural Districts (ISRD)
June 15 (PM)- June 16, 2016Registration will be forthcoming from ISRD
We look forward to seeing you!
Florida CASE has established a scholarship program to award financial scholarships in the name of Dr. Landis Stetler, a pioneer and great leader in exceptional student education (ESE) in the state of Florida and the nation. The award will be made annually at the Florida CEC conference. Beginning with the 2012 scholarship award, recipients may apply to continue the scholarship in subsequent years while completing their degree program.