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    2018 National Training Seminar

    The MCEC National Training Seminar is a globally recognized, premier training event for anyone interested in serving and supporting military-connected children.

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    Professional Learning Opportunities

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  • Military Kids: A Constellation of Strengths and Challenges

    Military Kids: A Constellation of Strengths and Challenges

    Eight TedEd Lessons focused on the unique aspects of military-connected children and their quest to be college and career ready.

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Transitions and Special Needs
All News Transitions and Special Needs Posted: March 31, 2018

The challenges of transition can be different for each member of the family. New education standards and how their child will fit in can be concerning for parents, while the child can be concerned about making new friends, sports, classes, and more.

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@MilitaryChild · Jun 22

30 days until the #MCEC 20th National Training Seminar and over 600 registered! Save on your room at the @RenDC_Downtown if you book by June 29th! Check out the speaker lineup and register here! https://t.co/xD6xXOnSM9 #MCECNTS2018 https://t.co/Ebf2AF2mmk

It can be tough for military kids to move and leave friends or to deal with separation from a parent. It can be a test of sorts, too – an assessment of strength, a confirmation of capability, and a demonstrations of resilience.
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