Full tuition is available for four graduate-level, special education courses to be offered by the University during the spring 2002 semester. Funded by a U.S. Department of Education grant, the early intervention courses are funded by a U.S. Department of Education grant and will be taught at sites around the state.
The courses are provided collaboratively by UMaine's College of Education and Human Development and Center for Community Inclusion. Students may pursue either a master's degree with a specialization in early intervention or the state endorsement (certification) option required for a Maine Teacher of Young Children with Disabilities - Birth to School Age Five.
Hyatt, Kay, "Funding Available for UMaine Early Intervention Graduate Courses" (2001). General University of Maine Publications. 1919.
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