What better way is there to stand up for the children and youth you serve than to be a part of the biggest special education and early intervention advocacy event on Capitol Hill?
On Tuesday, July 12, we’ll show decision makers in Washington how investing in special education and early intervention pays off in successful students who are college- and career-ready and who can make important contributions to their communities.
The resources described below will give you everything you need to get ready to go to Capitol Hill–from scheduling meetings, getting around the Hill, making the most of your time, and following up with your legislators.
Setting Up Congressional Meetings
- Email: Setting Up Congressional Visits
- Requesting a Congressional Meeting
- Guide to the CEC Database on Google Docs
- SELS State Team Leader List
- Education Appropriations
- School and Community Based Mental Health
- Early Childhood Education
- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
- School Choice
- Higher Education Act
- Carl D. Perkins Act
- Special Education Research
- Gifted Education
Tips for Successful Congressional Meetings
Getting Around Capitol Hill
- Washington, D.C. Metro (map)
- Capitol Hill (map)
- Accessibility on Capitol Hill (document)
- U.S. Capitol Visitor Center Apps
- Capitol Hill Debriefing Form 2016
- Three Ways to Follow Up a Congressional Meeting
- Draft Thank You Letter
Continue to check this site: More documents and links may be posted as the Summit date approaches!