A pre-service program that prepares you to teach all children.
Both a graduate program and a professional course of study, the Elementary Inclusive Education program includes rigorous coursework and a clinically rich student teaching field experience. You’ll earn an M.A. degree and pursue teacher certification in one or both of the following areas: Childhood Education (Grades 1-6), Teaching Students with Disabilities (Grades 1-6). All tracks are designed for students who want to challenge the many ways in which children and their families experience marginalization and exclusion in schools; our graduates go on to take up transformative practices within their school communities.
Use the tabs below to help choose the degree that's right for you.
All four of our degree programs allow you to teach in elementary schools:
Our program offers two degrees for those wishing to teach students with disabilities in grades 1-6
We offer the M.A. degree with gifted extension for those interested in teaching in gifted and talented classrooms.
Our program maintains an active blog where you can find information on job postings, volunteer opportunities, community events, and program-related announcements.