Massachusetts Association of Special Education Parent Advisory Councils (MassPAC)
What is a SEPAC?
A SEPAC is a Special Education Parent Advisory Council. Every public school district in Massachusetts is required to establish a SEPAC. Massachusetts state law assigns both an advisory and participatory function to SEPACs. Membership is offered to all parents of children with disabilities and other interested parties.
MassPAC is a project of the Federation which supports both volunteer parent leaders and school district administrators to build effective parent-school partnerships to support family engagement.
Are you interested in becoming a MassPAC member? Learn more about the benefits and how to apply.
New to SEPAC leadership? Join the community of learning and connect to other SEPAC leaders.
SEPAC Basic Toolkit
Information to help you start, maintain and grow your SEPAC.
SEPAC Forms and Templates
NEW! Sample forms to customize to fit your SEPAC’s needs.
Below are some quick access links to SEPAC Resources: