Inclusive Education Virtual Information Session
Join us for an Inclusive Education Virtual Information Session on Monday, March 27, and learn more about Stonehill Teacher Residency and our Diversity, Equity & Inclusivity (DEI) Graduate Certificate.
Register for our upcoming virtual information session and see how Stonehill's Inclusive Education Master's Degree Program aims to prepare knowledgeable, reflective, caring and flexible educators who embrace learning, scholarship, community and advocacy in their work. This information session will focus on the Stonehill Teacher Residency and our Diversity, Equity & Inclusivity (DEI) Graduate Certificate.
Join us Monday, March 27, at 5:15 p.m. to learn more about our teacher residency, licensure, community education and graduate certificate options, hear from co-directors Elizabeth Stringer Keefe and Rebekah Louis, and have your questions answered.
Why Inclusive Education at Stonehill
- Focus on educational equity and diversity helps to better prepare educators for the modern classroom
- A core of foundational courses ensures our graduates gain the skills to teach all students
- Students select a specialization that reflects their career goals and interests
Apply by May 1 to start this summer!
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe
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