Hopkins Clinical Position for ECSE

Johns Hopkins University School of Education invites applications for a clinical Assistant Professor position with expertise in Early Childhood Special Education. Responsibilities include teaching graduate courses, advising master’s and doctoral students, engaging in scholarly activity, participating in school and university committees, developing and coordinating partnerships with area school systems, and seeking external funding for creative initiatives.

To see the full description of the position, please download the accompanying announcement.

Applications will be accepted immediately. Review of applications will begin 1 February 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of application and a current curriculum vita to the Special Education Search Committee c/o Connie Kinsley at ckinsley@jhu.edu. The position will remain open until a selection is made.

Two positions at WVU

West Virginia University is seeking people to fill positions two positions, one at the assistant or associate professor level and the other at the assistant professor level. The former is in multicategorical special education and the latter is in early childhood special education. For additional information, contact Barbara Ludlow: Barbara.Ludlow@mail.wvu.edu. Download PDF descriptions from the links.

Easter Seals campaigns for early intervention

Under the headline “Tell President Obama To Help Kids With Disabilities Realize Their Full Potential,” Change.org promoted a petition encouraging support for early intervention for children with disabilities. It’s got to be difficult to sell people on the idea of increasing government expenditures in a time of substantial concern about federal deficits, but the Easter-Seals-sponsored petition is seeking to accomplish just that end. Here’s the pitch.

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DEC conference

The Division for Early Childhood of the International Council for Exceptional Children issued a reminder of its call for proposals for the conference the fall of 2008. Read more here.

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