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Taylor Program Prepares Indiana Teachers to Serve Students with Mild Learning Challenges

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Taylor University is offering a program which prepares Indiana teachers to achieve special education licensure in Mild Intervention.

Taylor’s Mild Intervention online licensure program is one of three programs partnering with the Indiana Special Education Assisted Licensure (I-SEAL). Through I-SEAL, teachers with an Indiana teaching license can have their Taylor University tuition and textbooks fully-funded.

The program is comprised of six graduate-level courses (18 credit hours) that will allow licensed teachers in Indiana to add Exceptional Children: Mild Intervention (P-12) certification to their Indiana teaching licenses. The program is designed in a flexible, online format, and most field experiences can be completed within candidates’ classrooms.

Currently-licensed teachers who wish to add special education to their existing license will have an opportunity to participate in a fully-funded 18 credit hour graduate program. Upon completion, they will be eligible for a special education license, pending a passing score on the state licensing exam.  

Additionally, those teachers will achieve the necessary qualifications to meet the special education licensure mandate, which will take effect at the end of the 2021-2022 academic year.

Candidates are able to start the program at any time and are not tied to traditional dates of semesters at Taylor.

To learn more, visit www.taylor.edu/ISEAL, and/or contact: April Dickey, 765-998-5145, or april_dickey@taylor.edu.