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GW Graduate Program in Acquired Brain Injury Tuition Assistance Announced

The George Washington University (GW) Department of Teacher Preparation and Special Education (DTPSE) has announced that they have received a Personnel Training Grant from the US Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) for the “Master’s of Education Degree (MA) in Transition Special Education: Emphasis in Acquired Brain Injury.”

The grant will provide tuition support (80%) for all accepted students and also includes direct stipends to assist students with class related expenses, travel for internships, and travel to professional conferences.  The grant also supports the training of teachers for initial licensure with a specialization in serving students with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and includes a combination of on-campus and distance education coursework.  A specialized brain injury internship and a one semester student teaching experience are also required.

Applications are currently being accepted for Spring 2008 Semester and Summer 2008 Semester.

For further information, you can contact Zavolia Willis (Zee)  or at 202-973-1082.

For more information about the Graduate Certificate Program in Brain Injury, inquiries may be directed to Monija Amani or 202- 973-1032.

For information for applying to either of these programs, you can visit the Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD) web site

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