Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)

What is SEAC?

SEAC is an advisory panel for the purpose of providing policy guidance with respect to Special Education and related services for children with disabilities. The responsibilities of the Special Education Advisory Council include becoming knowledgeable about research-based educational practices and reviewing Nebraska Department of Education-Office of Special Education activities designed to improve outcomes for children with disabilities. The Council consists of a balance of parents, educators, administrators, and representatives from various state agencies who serve differently-abled children birth through age 21.

Meeting Dates with Agendas & Minutes

Meetings are held quarterly at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln, NE

*Some meetings may be offered as Hybrid (in-person & virtual) via Zoom*

The Nebraska Open Meetings Act guarantees that every meeting of a public body shall be open to the public in order that citizens may exercise their democratic privilege of attending and speaking at meetings of public bodies. (NRS 84-1407 through 1414).

LB83 (Approved April 21, 2021) – Open Meetings Act

September 9, 20219.9.2021 SEAC Agenda – 9.9.2021 SEAC Meeting Minutes

December 9, 2021 – 12.9.2021 SEAC Agenda – 12.9.2021 SEAC Meeting Minutes

March 17, 2022 – 3.17.2022 SEAC Agenda – 3.17.2022 SEAC Meeting Minutes

May 12, 2022 – 5.12.2022 SEAC Agenda- 5.12.2022 SEAC Minutes

For instructions on how to attend meetings virtually (when permitted), email leslie.galloway@nebraska.gov

Updated September 7, 2021 2:17pm