Communication Disorders and Sciences

Communication Disorders and Sciences

Speech teachers, sometimes called speech-language pathologists, work primarily with young students to help them overcome language disorders. They may work one-on-one with individual students outside of the traditional classroom setting or they may work with small groups of children. Speech teachers work to diagnose, treat, and prevent speech disorders. They must complete courses in audiology, anatomy, and physiology and be licensed in most states.

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Arkansas State University

Jonesboro, AK

Specialties: Communication Disorders and Sciences
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Accreditation: CAEP (formerly NCATE)
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Orange, CA

Specialties: Communication Disorders and Sciences, General Education, School Counseling, School Psychology, Special Education
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Georgia State University

Atlanta, GA

Specialties: Advanced Quantitative Methods in Education Research, Communication Disorders and Sciences, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership, English as a Second Language, English Education, Health Education, Math Education, Middle Grades Education, Reading Education, School Counseling, School Psychology, Science Education, Special Education
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Accreditation: CAEP (formerly NCATE)

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