Education/Teaching of Individuals in Secondary Special Education Programs

A program that focuses on the design and provision of teaching and other educational services to children with special learning needs or disabilities who are in the secondary grades. Includes instruction in diagnosing learning disabilities; developing individual education plans; curriculum development, instructional strategies, and classroom management for secondary grades special education; content, methods, and modifications in specific subject areas; issues in vocational education; and promoting successful transitions to postsecondary settings.

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Colleges

“…The Campus is basically a miniature city within Syracuse. There are always activities to attend and ways to get involved. The classes are tough, but very rewarding if you put in the effort.” – Catherine from North Sutton, NH

“…It's great! Take a bike though cause they seem useful. Have fun.” – Edwin from Cape Coral, FL

“…George Washington is the only place I'd want to be. There's no other college in the world that is just a few steps from the White House and the Lincoln Memorial. GW is a large school, with a diverse student body who all come together for fun events...” – Meredith from Marlton, NJ

“…Fordham University is a family with open arms waiting for you to walk in. Once you enter into the family, you are embraced and encouraged to tap into all of the family's resources. These resources WILL help your intellectual, moral and...” – Constantine from Randolph, NJ

“…Hofstra is a great college, with an at home feel that will increase your chance of success. The campus is clean, the professors helpful, and the food is good! There is no other college I would have rather attended.” – Lorie from Minnesota

“…i am a transfer to this college and i have to say that it is amazing. hunter college has hundreds of courses you can choose from, a nice environment, wonderful people and everyone is extremely helpful.i would recommend anyone to attend this school” – Aisha from Bronx, NY

“…Adelphi provides a safe and comfortable environment for all its students. Students are motivated to learn more, participate in activities, and gain leadership experience through various events. I believe that this school would be a perfect fit for...” – Dhimitra from East Elmhurst, NY

“…I would recommend this university to anyone! They have great resources for the students attending in order to help them figure out what type of career to strive for. This university is also very prestigious so it will help give credibility to your...” – Barbara from Belleville

“…suny albany is a great school! it has a large campus so there is always a possibility to make new friends! it also offers a variety of programs that can fit almost anyone's interests!” – Adrienne from Elmsford, NY

“…heidelberg is a small school with a lot of opportunities. the professors are there to help you succeed, and will do anything to help you. ” – Taylor from Tiffin, OH

“…This college is a great choice to consider while looking into colleges. The campus is absolutely beautiful and peaceful to study during breaks! The administration and faculty is really helpful with all students! ” – Dhandavie from Far Rockaway, NY

“…I would rate this university at an 8. I like that the classes are small. Campus is beautiful.” – Emily from Mullens, WV

“…Cortland is very diverse. I see people of many races attending the school. Everyone here is so polite and very excited to be here.” – Whitney from Cortland, NY

“…St. John's University is an amazing school. Not only is the campus amazing but the people are great as well. You will feel more than at home here.” – Jessica from Elmhurst, NY

Niagara University
Niagara University, NY

“…Niagara University has a great family atmosphere and definitely feels like my second home. The faculty and staff are all amazing and willing to help you and make sure you are performing to the best of your ability. With the small campus, small class...” – Emily from Clarence, NY

“…The campus is beautiful, it's not too big, but not too small either, just the perfect size. If you are looking for a great education program than Oneonta is the place. The professors are always there to help you out and overall, all the students are...” – Education Major

“…Buffalo State is very diverse. They have a really great program for my major and I love the fact thats in the middle of the city and surrounded by art.” – Aleeah from Buffalo, NY

“…Binghamton University has been a very academic, challenging and exceptional institution for my higher education experience. I have gotten involved with many different clubs, theater, sorority, community service and continue to maintain over a 3.5...” – jocelyn from Scarsdale, NY

“…Classes are small and teachers are very helpful and flexible. Campus is small and there isn't much to do. Faculty is very nice.” – Michael from Waverly, IA

“…Simmons is amazing. The professors are wonderful. The location is beautiful and fun.” – Ashley from Harwich, MA

Molloy College
Rockville Centre, NY

“…Great, quaint school! Small, cozy campus. Great student-teacher ratio.” – Karine from Freeport, NY

“…This school is constantly changing and evolving. The student body is involved in the community and the promotion of everyone succeeding. This school is one of the best in the tri-state area, even if the football program has been cut....hey, we will...” – Tamara from Omaha, NE

“…The College of Staten Island is a reasonably priced college that is affordable. CSI's professors are helpful and they each student with any problem that they might need. CSI is great for me because the campus offers a wide range of free semester...” – Dominic from Staten Island, NY

“…the university of michigan-flint has a reputation in area for being on par with a community college. however, eighty percent of my professors have had doctorate degrees and are experts in their fields. i have learned more in two semesters here than...” – Kelsey from Flushing, MI

“…Chestnut Hill College is a holistic liberal art school, where the education of every student is in good hands. At Chestnut Hill, students get to have individual attention from their professors since the school is so small. Chestnut Hill cares for...” – Melissa from Upper Darby, PA

“…brooklyn college is a great school. it has a beautiful campus, a variety of interesting courses and a very big resource-filled library. however, one thing lack in brooklyn college is the lack of a thriving social culture and atmosphere. ” – John from Brooklyn, NY

“…Carlow University is very personable. The staff is dedicated to the true learning of students. I would give Carlow a high rating for prospective students.” – Kelsey from East Pittsburgh, PA

“…a school that has many opportunities. non traditional students are welcomed. teachers are willing to take time and help you.” – D. from Adrian, MI

“…this school is fantastic! the professors of my major are phenomenal, interesting, and engaged in what they do. the cost is reasonable, even for out of state students, and i haven't met a student here that was inconsiderate or brash.” – Brittany from Harker Heights, TX

“…new paltz is frequently ranked as one of the best small state universities in the country. it boasts a highly trained intellectual faculty with many years of experience in their fields. the neighboring community is very friendly and open to people...” – Ekene-Maria from Walden, NY

“…SUNY Oswego is extremely far away from home, but I know that I definitely made the right choice. People here are extremely friendly, you just have to get to know them. The weather is beautiful and lakeside residence halls are just as great because of...” – Desiree from Bronx, NY

“…CUNY Lehman College is a five stars school. The campus is large and beautiful. If your a parent/student you will enjoy the daycare facility inside the campus. ” – Marielis from Bronx, NY

“…suny plattsburgh is a well known college for education and business as well as other majors and was one of the first colleges to be accredited. the populated town allows a wide variety of diversity among students. it is also a great opportunity to...” – Jenny from Brooklyn, NY

“…Gorgeous campus with original structures. First university in the state of New York. Amazing location in New York city walking distance to anything you want. ” – Cora from Purchase, NY

“…concordia has a great community. the people who you meet here are like family. students, faculty, and staff are friendly and rooted in christ's love. ” – student