29. Keynote Session- A Conversation with Carole Clancy, Director of the Bureau of Special Education,

Speaker: Carole Clancy, Director, Bureau of Special Education, Pennsylvania Department of Education

*This speaker will be presenting in person at the Penn Stater.
**This session is available for in person and virtual attendance.

This session will be an opportunity to reflect on the past and look into the future. The director of the Bureau of Special Education for Pennsylvania will discuss the journey of Pennsylvania schools these past twenty months, the successes and challenges of schools, teachers, students, and families. There will be an opportunity for attendees to submit questions (prior to the session) to help us work together to support students with low incidence disabilities achieve high expectations, no matter the circumstances.

PLEASE NOTE: To submit question(s) for this session, please use this link: https://forms.gle/aabgVBzo2NkqSwef6.

Credits: Act 48, ASHA

Audience: All conference attendees

Speaker's Bio: 


With more than 25 years of experience in special education, including 15 years as an administrator in urban, rural, and suburban school settings. Ms. Clancy oversees the work of the Bureau of Special Education (BSE). Prior to joining the Bureau, Ms. Clancy served as Director of Pupil Services for the Solanco School District, as Director of Special Education at Oxford Area School District, and as the Supervising Coordinator of Special Education Services for the School District of Lancaster.