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Author with Down Syndrome to Speak About Writing Journey

Engelic Everett arrived at Buffalo State in 2001 with the first class of students in the College-Based Transition Program, an initiative between the college, Buffalo Public Schools, and People Inc., that provides young adults with disabilities a chance to take non-degree college courses. At the


New Course Offering!

EXE is offering a new Students with Disabilities (SWD) Middle Childhood 3-credit fully online course during the summer session (May 28 to August 9). Foundations of Teaching Midldle School Students with Disabilities will focus on adaptions and instructional procedures necessary for effective instruction of middle school students with disabilities in a variety of academic and social settings. EXE 389 and 594 are recommended for all education majors pursuing middle school level instruction and teaching certification. Registration begins April 3. Click for more information and registration links.


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