School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies
The School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies is the unit of the College that fosters leadership in the developmental and educational sciences of prevention, intervention, and the study of practices that promote:
- early learning,
- the development and well-being of children and youth, and
- the effective instruction and successful inclusion of individuals with disabilities and their families in society
SESPECS is guided by the concept of capacity building defined as expanding our competencies, resources, and motivation to solve pressing problems of practice in schools and communities for a diversity of children and families by conducting research, influencing policy, and shaping professional practice.