Continuing Education Credits

Center for Schools and Communities, as a division of Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit, is offering Continuing Education Credits for the 2022 ELD Conference.

Only specified sessions qualify for Continuing Education Credits. Accredited sessions will be highlighted on the conference agenda. Conference participants must:

  • Attend at least 75% of the session to receive CEC.
  • Join each session from your own device using the same name and email you provided at registration. Zoom meeting attendance reports will be used to determine session participation and duration.

All CEC will be processed within four weeks of the event.

Act 48 Credits for Pennsylvania Educators

Pennsylvania educators with teaching or administrative certificates must complete an Act 48 form for each session they attend to receive Act 48 credit. Links to the Act 48 forms will be posted in the chat at the conclusion of each session.

Please be sure to click on the link or save it before you leave the session, as it will not be available afterward. Some school district firewalls prevent educators from opening the Act 48 links on their networks. You may have to save the link and complete the form(s) on an outside network.

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CEC Certificates for Non-Pennsylvania Educators

Center for Schools and Communities will provide Continuing Education Credit certificates to out-of-state (non-Pennsylvania) educators. Please complete the Out-of-State CEC Form within seven business days of the event to receive your certificate via email. It is the educator’s responsibility to process your CEC certificate in your respective state.