Unique challenges face residency program for special educators

07/19/2010 | Education Week

Education journalist Christina Samuels, in this blog post, reports on how teacher-residency programs may apply to special-education teachers. A residency program being launched at California State University-Northridge -- which aims to certify teachers in various areas of special education -- is facing "unique issues," Samuels writes, including finding dedicated administrators and willing mentors within the same school and developing ways to measure the program's effectiveness, the university's head of special education says.

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