Two Ontario educators have been recognized by Council for Exceptional Children International for their work in the 100 Stories Project
As part of its 100th Anniversary celebration, the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) has recognized Derek Bunn & Timothy McCammon for their roles as exceptional educators who go above and beyond on behalf of children and youth with disabilities and/or gifts and talents.
Each week leading up to its 100th Anniversary on August 10, 2022, CEC is sharing 100 stories from teachers around the world who have shown a passion, dedication, and commitment to making a difference in the lives of their students.
Derek Bunn was one of these outstanding teachers highlighted on the CEC 100 Stories blog, showcasing his commitment to supporting students with exceptionalities and continuously advancing the field of special education.
Timothy McCammon was another one of these outstanding teachers highlighted on the CEC 100 Stories blog showcasing his commitment to supporting students with exceptionalities and continuously advancing the field of special education.
“We are incredibly honored to be able to recognize the outstanding special education teachers who work each day to make a difference for their students,” said Dr. Danielle Kovach, CEC President-Elect and 100 Stories lead. “CEC was founded almost 100 years ago by a group of passionate teachers, and it is those same teacher advocates who continue to lead the way today. We are proud to showcase their professionalism, dedication, and hard work in improving outcomes for students with exceptionalities.”
Read Derek and Timothy’s story and follow along as CEC highlights new teachers each week at exceptionalchildren.org/100stories
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the leading association of educators dedicated to advancing the success of children and youth with exceptionalities through advocacy, standards, and professional development.