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Office of Special Education
 

Providing a Free and Appropriate Public Education


Vision Statement
All students will have an equal opportunity to learn.


Mission Statement
The mission of the Office of Special Education in Prince William County Public Schools
is to support schools as they provide an equal educational opportunity for all students.

The goal of this Web site is to provide you with a user-friendly and informative online experience that reflects 21st Century communication solutions and learning experiences for all stakeholders in the Prince William County community.

This site is a reference for parents, students, and staff. Our goal is to assist you in your research regarding Child Find Services, proactive intervention resources, procedures for assessment and eligibility for special education, disability information, Individual Education Program (IEP), and transition information.

We have added new online support for teachers. It is our goal to be able to provide instructional experiences through webinars and interactive tutorials.

We encourage you to visit frequently for new postings. If you have any comments or suggestions about how the Office of Special Education can better serve you please do not hesitate to contact us.

Follow the side navigation links to get started. 

Information session for the PWCS-GMU Special Education Cohort Program

will be held

                                     Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 4 p.m.

Kelly Leadership Center in Room 2011

                                           GMU personnel will be available to answer questions.

For further information, contact Sherley Channing at chaninsa@pwcs.edu 
or Maria Ortiz at 703.791.8318.

You are welcome to attend to start the enrollment process! 

See the information flyer for additional details.
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/1007119/File/GMU Info Sessions-MarchApril2014_1.pdf


Summer 2014 Online Special Education-General Curriculum Program
The University of Virginia's College at Wise
 


To meet the high demand for licensed special education teachers, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise is launching a summer Licensure program for teachers who wish to add a special education endorsement to their license. For the past eight years, Special Education has been the highest demand field in k-12 education in Virginia.

Taught by UVA-WISE faculty and supported by online learning specialists at the CTE, these six-week sessions will be offered entirely online.

These online courses are open to provisionally licensed teachers who need special education or professional studies coursework, to general education teachers seeking to add special education—general curriculum to their licenses, and to teachers seeking courses for recertification points.
Tuition rates for these summer sessions have been reduced dramatically to assist teachers and school divisions with their budgets. To receive the discounted rates, students must register and pay for the courses by June 6, 2014.

PARTICIPANTS:
  • Provisionally licensed teachers who are seeking special education or professional studies coursework
  • Classroom teachers who wish to add a special education endorsement to their license
  • Classroom teachers seeking classes to fulfill recertification requirements
COST:
$597 per three-credit hour course (Special Summer Rate is available only for CTE courses paid for by June 6, 2014)

REGISTRATION:
www.uvawise.edu/cte

These are the following courses arranged by DOE competencies and dates:
Professional Studies
EDU C251 Foundations of Education  June 16 - July 25
EDU 3600 Human Growth and Development  May 5 - June 13
Special Education - General Curriculum Core Coursework - 12 Credit Hours
EDU 3690 Inclusion of Special Education Children in the Regular Classroom  June 16 - July 25
DU 4080 Classroom Management and Discipline  June 16 - July 15
EDU 3750 Psychoeducational Diagnosis  May 5 - June 13
EDU C456 Collaboration Consultation and Case Management  May 5 - June 13
General Curriculum Coursework - 15 Credit Hours
EDU C368 Characteristics of Cognitive Disabilities  June 16 - July 25
EDU C379 Characteristics of the Behaviorally Disordered  May 5 - June 13
EDU 3810 Diagnostic and Remedial Instruction:  Elementary  May 5 - June 13
EDU 3820 Diagnostic and Remedial Instruction: Secondary  June 16 - July 25
EDU C455 Transitioning Students with Disabilities   June 16 - July 25
Reading Requirement - 6 Credit Hours
EDU 3450 Foundations of Reading Instruction  June 16 - July 25
EDU C451 Literacy Assessment and Instruction  May 5 - June 13

For more information, see the attached flyer:
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/1007119/File/Special Education Program 2014-UVAWISE.pdf

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