Welcome to NCCSE
The North Coastal Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE) is a Special Education Local Planning Area (SELPA) that is composed of 14 school districts in North San Diego County.
news and announcements
Not able to attend a recent Community Advisory Committee meeting?
Video recordings are available on line!
Click here to view the information and presentations.
Nominations for the NCCSE Community Advisory Committee Excellence in Special Education Awards are being accepted until March 1, 2017. This is your chance to recognize someone who is making a difference in the lives of students with disabilities.
For more information and a nomination form click here.
Las nominaciones del Comité Asesor Comunitario de NCCSE para la Premiación a la Excelencia en Educación Especial estarán siendo aceptadas hasta el 1 de marzo de 2017. Esta su oportunidad de reconocer a alguien que hace una diferencia en las vidas de estudiantes con discapacidades.
Para más información y el formulario de nominación clic aquí.
Check our Professional Development Opportunities calendar and register for workshops all in one convenient place.
If you are employed or affiliated with another SELPA, Institute of Higher Education, a Non Public School (NPS), or a parent/staff from outside of NCCSE you may now pre-register right here online and we will process your registration once payment is received! More details can be found here.
We are an approved continuing education provider for the following boards:
(Please check our workshop descriptions for specific CEU availability)
CA Speech-Language Pathology Board
Behavior Analyst Certification Board
All licensees are responsible to sign in and out of each session and must provide NCCSE with their certification number.
To register and for our complete list of workshop offerings click on the "register for workshops" link on the left or visit our Professional Development Opportunities page.
Adult Transition Program
What are the options students have after graduating from high school? Watch the following video to see a sample of what an Adult Transition Program is.
Parents, students and employers, for more information contact your local school district's special education department.