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Special Education

Blended Courses (Online/On Campus) offered in Concord, East Longmeadow, or Sturbridge, Massachusetts

Maximize Student Success.

Enrolling Now, Classes Begin March 1, 2021

Priority Deadline: January 25 | Final Deadline: February 8 | FASFA Deadline: February 8

• ONLINE ASK ADMISSIONS Q&A | february 10 | 5 P.M.

As a teacher, a counselor, an administrator, a social services advocate, you know the educational system is complex and challenging. But there are students who, with guidance, one-on-one attention and individualized learning plans, will not only succeed in this system, but also thrive. It just takes a special kind of educator to help them. That’s where you come in.

Bay Path's relevant courses and exceptional practicum placements will enable you to take your place in this fast-growing profession. The MSEd/EdS in Special Education from Bay Path will make it clear that you are the right person for the job.

• Moderate Disabilities PreK–8 Initial Licensure
Moderate Disabilities PreK–8 professional Licensure
• Moderate Disabilities 5–12 Initial Licensure
• Moderate Disabilities 5–12 professional Licensure
• Severe Disabilities PreK–12 Initial Licensure
• Severe Disabilities PreK–12 professional Licensure
• Non-Licensure

Do you know other interested teachers?
If there is a significant interest in your area, contact us to discuss cohort options.

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Podcast: Keeping the Individualization in the IEP Process
Join Stephanie from Springbook's Converge Autism Radio and Dr. Kristen Bonanno as they discuss the IEP process and how we can strive to keep them individualized. Listen here

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