There are a number of groups in the state of Connecticut who lobby on behalf of children who have disabilities, but none represent parents of children who have disabilities. That’s why we created SEEK of CT. Special Education Equity for Kids of Connecticut plays an essential role in influencing policies and legislative efforts on behalf of students with disabilities. SEEK will also offer parents advocacy tools essential for securing appropriate special education services.
Meet other parents, professionals and advocates in the special education community. By signing up with SEEK of CT you will meet other parents and professionals who share SEEK's passion for equity in special education.
Special education is a civil right. With the united voices of parents, professionals and advocates, we strive to play an essential role identifying injustice in special education and setting the course right. We're in this to fix what's not working and secure solutions for inequities in special eduction.
Through SEEK conferences, we will provide educational opportunities on understanding your special education rights and other special education matters.
Through our advocacy and lobbying efforts, we will even the playing field in representing students with disabilities with the goal of providing equality through legislative change in special education.
SEEK can't do it without you! We rely on parents, education professionals and advocates for children with disabilities. We SEEK your voice and participation.
With more than 70,000 special education students in Connecticut, it's vital for SEEK to continue to grow it's base of parents, professionals and special education advocates.
You will be notified of our legislative efforts, special education news, SEEK conferences, SEEK pop-up educational opportunities and other SEEK events.
SEEK of CT is a social welfare organization, organized under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations to 501(c)(4) organizations are not tax-deductible for the individual or corporation making the donation. 501(c)(4) organizations are required to disclose certain information publicly, although we are not required to disclose the name and address of any contributor to the organization. Under this statute, we are permitted to lobby extensively and to participate in political activity in support of or opposition to candidates for office, as long as such election activities are not our primary activity