Lesh presents at CEC leadership institute

Jennifer Lesh, assistant professor and coordinator for the exceptional student education master's program in the Ross College of Education, presented at the 2018 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) National Leadership Institute in Alexandria, Virginia. She co-presented the session, “Trends in Professional Development,” with Jennifer Bullock, CEC’s director of education and professional standards and practices.

Lesh and adjunct professor Diana Morales also attended and met with legislators on Capitol Hill to advocate for students who learn differently and special education professionals at the three day CEC Grassroots Advocacy Summit in Washington D.C. Lesh and Morales are on the national CEC board of directors.

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