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Special Education – Graduate

The Department of Special and Early Childhood Education creates innovative partnerships with schools, families and communities in order to prepare special education professionals who:

  • serve as caring intellectuals in working with students with disabilities and their families.
  • possess the skills to function as effective collaborators (with students, families and professional colleagues), advocates and leaders in the school and community to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities.
  • honor diversity and support the inclusion and full participation of individuals with disabilities within a mainstream school and community settings to the maximum extent possible.
  • are reflective practitioners striving to become lifelong learners continuously updating their knowledge and skills.
  • base their professional decisions on empirical evidence.
  • use problem-solving strategies to improve the effectiveness of educational planning, curricula and instruction.

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Special Education
Dr. Denise Clark
Clow North 420
(920) 424-3421