Committees on Special Educaiton

To ensure continuity of support to students and families to the greatest extent possible, the CSEs are shifting to a remote practice. Remote practice in the CSEs will provide an opportunity for students and families to remain connected and engaged with their evaluation and IEP process while participating from locations outside of the physical CSE offices from March 20, 2020 through April 17, 2020 as of now, due to COVID-19.

While the Committees on Special Education are temporarily closed you can get direct support from a Committee on Special Education staff member by emailing:

CPSE/CSE 1 Districts: 7, 9, 10

CPSE/CSE 2 Districts: 8, 11, 12

CSE/CPSE 3 Districts: 25, 26, 28, 29

CPSE/CSE 4 Districts: 24, 27, 30

CPSE/CSE 5 Districts: 19, 23, 32

CPSE/CSE 6 Districts: 17, 18, 22

CPSE/CSE 7 Districts: 20, 21, 31

CPSE/CSE 8 Districts: 13, 14, 15, 16

CPSE/CSE 9 Districts: 1, 2, 4

CPSE/CSE 10 Districts: 3, 5, 6

In your email, please let us know:

  • Your child's first name, last name, and date of birth
  • If you need support in another language
  • If you (the child's parent/guardian) are deaf or hard-of-hearing
  • The nature of your inquiry

There may be higher than usual volume, but we will make every effort to respond to your request within 48 hours.

Committee on Special Education Staff Can Support With the Following:

  • Coordinating the special education process for preschool children ages three to five. Students attending a private, parochial, charter, State Supported or State Approved Non-Public school
  • Students attending non-public schools outside New York City and New York State
  • Students who receive home or hospital instruction as their placement on their IEP (this does not include students on temporary home instruction, as these students are expected to return to their prior school)
  • Students who are being home-schooled
  • Students who are non-attending
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