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Inclusive Education

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Elementary Education

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Inclusive Education prepares teachers to meet the needs of all students in the classroom, including those from diverse racial, cultural, linguistic, socioeconomic backgrounds as well as students with disabilities. Our approach is designed for future teachers to move through the program in learning teams, creating a community-based approach. 

 

The elementary program is available to both first-year students and transfers, while the Early Childhood program is available only as a 3+1 program through RCSJ at Gloucester and RCBC.

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Milan Ahye

first-year Admissions Counselor

Savitz Hall

(856) 256-4243 

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WHO ARE INTERESTED IN CAREERS IN:

  • Inclusive Resource Teaching
  • Inclusive Reading Specialist
  • Inclusive Subject Matter Teaching
  • Inclusive Elementary School Teaching
  • Inclusive Camp Direction
  • Inclusive Middle School Teaching
  • Inclusive High School Teaching
Next Generation of Educators

Preparing Teachers To Meet The Needs Of All Students

"I realized that I had a passion for special education and that not everybody has something like that," says junior Gabriella Lugo. "It's hard and it's challenging, but I know it's worth it because I just feel complete."

THRIVE IN TRANSFORMATION

WE'RE HERE DURING YOUR KEY MOMENTS

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first-year Counselor

Milan Ahye

 SMS: (856) 347-5717

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Transfer Counselor

Clare Concannon

SMS: (856) 347-5170

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International Counselor

Kesiane Costa-String

SMS: (856) 431-5190

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Alumni Success

William Moylan, Special Education Teacher

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