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Concordia College Announces Dr. Stephanie Squires as Director of New Master of Science Program in Childhood Special Education PDF Print Email


July 20, 2011:  Concordia College announced the appointment of Dr. Stephanie Squires as the new program Director of Master of Science in Special Education; Vicki Ford Professorship in Special Education.

Coming from the College of New Rochelle, Dr. Squires brings a wealth of experience and leadership in the area of special education.  She worked for 14 years in the field and holds a Ph.D. in special education from the University of New Orleans.

In addition to her teaching experience, Dr. Squires has coordinated a number of federal and state grants in special education and has served as a consultant to school districts in several states.  Dr. Squires has served as presenter and panelist at conferences across the country, presenting lectures, papers, and films on such topics as bullying and literacy strategies for learners with autism.

"It is an honor to join Concordia College at such an exciting time in its history," said Dr. Squires.  "Working with our talented faculty, I know that our new special education program will be among the best and will serve our region well."

The program is funded by the Vicki Ford Professorship of Special Education, supported through contributions from Bronxville residents Vicki and Si Ford, who are dedicated to the success of Concordia's programs and facilities, including the college's OSilas Gallery for fine arts.  "Special education and learning differences have been important interests of mine for many, many years," said Vicki Ford.  "Si and I are very happy to share in Concordia's plans to offer graduate teaching degrees in the field.  This is a significant event for Concordia and for the quality of special education instruction in the region."

Concordia College is currently accepting applications for the fall semester for the Master of Science Program, which will train teachers certified in an area other than students with disabilities to teach special education students in grades 1-6.  It is a two-year part-time program leading to an M.S. Ed. degree.  The program combines current theory with practice in the field of special education, offering instruction on classroom management, instructional and assistive technology, development, literacy and mathematics instruction, collaboration, and research in special education.

"Certification in the field is of value to both special education teachers and all classroom teachers, as students with special learning needs and styles are increasingly mainstreamed in the classroom," said Dr. Christine Rowe, dean of the Division of Professional Studies at Concordia.

Pictured here:  Dr. Stephanie Squires, director of Concordia's new master of science program in childhood special education.




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