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Faculty
Mitchell Beck (Chair, Barnard 220), John Foshay, Laura Jacobson, William Nelson, Joan Nicoll-Senft, Ernest Pancsofar
(Dept. phone: 860-832-2400)
Department of Special Education: Overview
The quality of educational services for children and youth with exceptionalities resides in the abilities, qualifications, and competences of the personnel who provide the services (CEC, 1988). Consistent with the mission of the School of Education and Professional Studies (SEPS) of preparing leaders for service in our communities, it is the mission of the Department of Special Education to:
• prepare current and future educators to effectively meet the academic and social needs of individuals with disabilities;
• promote effective and equitable access to the general education curriculum for individuals with disabilities; and
• empower teachers to be leaders in their schools by way of planning, implementing, and evaluating research-based practices for ongoing school improvement.
 
Graduate Program
  • M.S. in Special Education for Students who have initial, provisional or professional certification in Other Areas (Strand A)
  • M.S. in Special Education for Students who have Connecticut initial, provisional or professional certification in Other Areas of Education Seeking Cross Endorsement in Special Education (Stand B)
  • M.S. in Special Education for Students who have initial, provisional or professional certification in Special Education (Strands C)
  • Post Baccalaureate Teacher Certification in Special Education (NK-12)

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