Graduate Degrees in Speech-Language Pathology Accredited by ASHA’s Council
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Graduate Degrees in Speech-Language Pathology Accredited by ASHA’s Council

A CAA-accredited graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Communicative Sciences and Disorders is your key to professional practice. Not only will it prepare you to sit for the National SLP Praxis Examination and qualify you for state licensure, it will ensure you meet the education requirements for the nationally recognized and highly esteemed Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), should you choose to pursue the credential.

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Educator Attitudes Towards the Inclusion of Students
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Educator Attitudes Towards the Inclusion of Students

Educator attitudes towards inclusive education impact its success. Attitudes differ depending on the SEN cohort, and so the current systematic review is the first to focus solely on students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Seven databases searched yielded 13 relevant articles. The majority reported positive educator attitudes towards ASD inclusion but with considerable variety in the measures used.

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What Educators Need to Know About Assistive Tech Tools: Q&A with Texthelp CEO
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What Educators Need to Know About Assistive Tech Tools: Q&A with Texthelp CEO

Are plummeting literacy skills the new pandemic among young learners? Dozens of studies over the past year have shown alarming drops in the percentage of students meeting reading benchmarks at the beginning of the current school year, particularly among grades K–2, where 50% or more of students are already behind on foundational literacy skills. The learning loss in math is similarly significant and persistent, those same studies show.

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USC: A New Generation Of Speech-Language Pathologists
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USC: A New Generation Of Speech-Language Pathologists

The Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (MS-SLP) program, housed in the USC Caruso Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, is entering the second semester of its first year, having opened in Fall 2021. The program leverages the Keck School of Medicine’s resources as a premiere medical school in the nation’s second largest city to train a new generation of speech-language pathologists. The MS-SLP program consists of 69 units, which are taught over two years/six semesters. Additionally, students are required to acquire 400 clinical hours, take comprehensive examinations, and present a capstone project. Although it is only in its first year, USC’s setting and offerings provide an extraordinary opportunity to build a top-ranked speech-language pathology program.

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Speech-Language Pathology Faculty Publish Findings on Graduate Student Perceptions Related to Telepractice
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Speech-Language Pathology Faculty Publish Findings on Graduate Student Perceptions Related to Telepractice

Dr. Allison Hatcher, along with her colleagues in the WKU Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), Drs. Brian Weiler and Lauren Bland, as well as Anchorage School District teacher, Kelly Frost, of Alaska, collaborated for this timely work related to the ways education and healthcare pivoted practice during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns.

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