Data management plan for the grant, "Project Communicate." The purpose of Project Communicate is to professionally prepare 27 special education teachers and 10 speech-language pathologists, including scholars from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds, to be highly-qualified to demonstrate skills in promoting high expectations to improve student outcomes, providing individualized evidence-based practices for students with autism spectrum disorder, and providing culturally and linguistically responsive instruction. Scholars will participate in a master’s degree program in Special Education (Autism Intervention) or Speech-Language Pathology designed to include coursework, integrated and embedded supervised field experiences, and other professional development opportunities for developing knowledge and skills for working with students with ASD in school-based settings.
Boesch, Miriam C.
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