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1 Directory of Approved Programs for the Preparation of Educational Personnel in Illinois Institutions of Higher Education February, 205 Illinois State Board of Education Center for Educator Effectiveness 00 North First Street, Springfield, Illinois Website:

2 CONTENTS Illinois Accredited Colleges and Universities... ii-iii Approved Licensure Programs Overview... iv-ix Institutions: Locations Approved Programs Becoming a Licensed Educator in Illinois Traditional Teacher Licensure Preparation Information Alternative Licensure Preparation Information 80 Illinois State Board of Education Web Resources Higher Education Institutional Accreditation and Program Approval Information Title II Higher Education Federal and State Reports Licensure Division: Guide to Requirements for Licensure Illinois Licensure Testing Information National Board for Professional Teaching Certification Additional Resources Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) Illinois Community Colleges Listing Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) i

3 Illinois Approved Teacher Education Institutions Institution Page Augustana College Aurora University 2 Benedictine University 3 Blackburn College 5 Bradley University 6 Chicago School of Professional Psychology 7 Chicago State University 8 Chicago Teaching Fellows/TNTP Academy (formerly called The New Teacher Project) 9 Columbia College Chicago 0 Concordia University DePaul University 3 Dominican University 5 Eastern Illinois University 6 Elmhurst College 9 Erikson Institute 20 Eureka College 2 Governors State University 22 Greenville College 23 Hebrew Theological College 25 Illinois College 26 Illinois Institute of Technology 27 Illinois State University 28 Illinois Wesleyan University 30 Judson University 3 Kendall College 32 Knox College 33 Lake Forest College 34 Lewis University 35 Loyola University Chicago 37 MacMurray College 38 ii

4 Institution Page McKendree University 39 Millikin University 40 Monmouth College 4 National Louis University 42 New Leaders 45 North Central College 46 Northeastern Illinois University 47 Northern Illinois University 48 North Park University 50 Northwestern University 5 Olivet Nazarene University 53 Principia College 54 Quincy University 55 Rockford University 56 Roosevelt University 57 Saint Xavier University 58 School of the Art Institute of Chicago 60 Southern Illinois University Carbondale 6 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 63 Trinity Christian College 65 Trinity International University 66 University of Chicago 67 University of Illinois at Chicago 68 University of Illinois at Springfield 70 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 7 University of St. Francis 73 VanderCook College of Music 74 Western Illinois University 75 Wheaton College 77 iii

5 Augustana University to Lewis University TEACHING FIELDS Augustana College Aurora University Benedictine University Blackburn College Bradley University Chicago School of Prof. Psy. Chicago State University Chicago Teaching Fellows/TNTP Columbia College Chicago Concordia University Chicago DePaul University Agricultural Education Bilingual/ESL Business, Marketing, and Computer Education Dance Drama/Theatre Arts Early Childhood Education Elementary Education English as a New Language (ENL) English Language Arts ESL Family and Consumer Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences Nutrition, Wellness, and Hospitality Foreign Language - Arabic Foreign Language - Chinese Foreign Language - Chinese- Catonese Foreign Language - Chinese- Mandarin Foreign Language - French Foreign Language - German Foreign Language - Hebrew Foreign Language - Italian Foreign Language - Japanese Foreign Language - Korean Foreign Language - Latin Foreign Language - Russian Foreign Language - Spanish Health Careers Health Education Library Information Specialist Dominican University iv Eastern Illinois University Elmhurst College Erikson Institute Eureka College Governors State University Greenville College Hebrew Theological College Illinois College Illinois Institute of Technology Illinois State University Illinois Wesleyan University Judson University Kendall College Knox College Lake Forest College Lewis University

6 Augustana University to Lewis University TEACHING FIELDS Augustana College Aurora University Benedictine University Blackburn College Bradley University Chicago School of Prof. Psy. Chicago State University Chicago Teaching Fellows/TNTP Columbia College Chicago Concordia University Chicago DePaul University Mathematics Middle Grade Education Music Physical Education Reading Specialist Reading Teacher Science Biology Science Chemistry Science - Earth and Space Science Science - Environmental Science Science - Physics Social Science - Economics Social Science - Geography Social Science History Social Science - Political Science Social Science - Psychology Social Science - Sociology and Anthropology Teacher Leader- Technology Education Technology Specialist Transitional Bilingual Type 29 Visual Arts SPECIAL EDUCATION AREAS: Blind or Visually Impaired Deaf or Hard of Hearing Early Childhood Special Education Early Childhood Special Education Approval Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) LBS II/Behavior Intervention Specialist Dominican University v Eastern Illinois University Elmhurst College Erikson Institute Eureka College Governors State University Greenville College Hebrew Theological College Illinois College Illinois Institute of Technology Illinois State University Illinois Wesleyan University Judson University Kendall College Knox College Lake Forest College Lewis University

7 Augustana University to Lewis University Augustana College Aurora University Benedictine University Blackburn College Bradley University Chicago School of Prof. Psy. Chicago State University Chicago Teaching Fellows/TNTP SPECIAL EDUCATION AREAS: (continued) LBS II/Bilingual Special Education Specialist LBS II/Curriculum Adaptation Specialist LBS II/Deaf-Blind Specialist LBS II/Multiple Disabilities Specialist LBS II/Technology Specialist LBS II/Transition Specialist Speech Language Pathologist (teacher) SCHOOL SUPPORT PERSONNEL Columbia College Chicago Concordia University Chicago DePaul University School Counselor School Nurse School Psychologist School Social Worker Speech Language Pathologist ADMINISTRATIVE Chief School Business Official Director of Special Education Principal Superintendent Teacher Leader Dominican University Eastern Illinois University Elmhurst College Erikson Institute Eureka College Governors State University Greenville College Hebrew Theological College Illinois College Illinois Institute of Technology Illinois State University Illinois Wesleyan University Judson University Kendall College Knox College Lake Forest College Lewis University vi

8 Loyola University to Wheaton College TEACHING FIELDS Loyola University Chicago MacMurray College McKendree University Millikin University Monmouth College National Louis University New Leaders North Central College Northeastern Illinois Univ. Northern Illinois University North Park University Northwestern University Agricultural Education Bilingual/ESL Business, Marketing, and Computer Education Dance Olivet Nazarene University Drama / Theatre Arts Early Childhood Education Elementary Education English as a New Language (ENL) English Language Arts ESL Family and Consumer Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences Nutrition, Wellness, and Hospitality Foreign Language - Arabic Foreign Language - Chinese Foreign Language - Chinese- Cantonese Foreign Language - Chinese- Mandarin Foreign Language - French Foreign Language - German Foreign Language - Hebrew Foreign Language - Italian Foreign Language - Japanese Foreign Language - Korean Foreign Language - Latin Foreign Language - Russian Foreign Language - Spanish Health Careers Health Education Library Information Specialist Principia College Quincy University Rockford University Roosevelt University Saint Xavier University School of the Art Inst. Chicago S.I.U. Carbondale S.I.U. Edwardsville Trinity Christian College Trinity International Univ. University of Chicago University of Ill. At Chicago Univ. of Ill. at Springfield Univ. of Ill. at Urbana/Champ University of St. Francis VanderCook College of Music Western Illinois University Wheaton College vii

9 Loyola University to Wheaton College TEACHING FIELDS Loyola University Chicago MacMurray College McKendree University Millikin University Monmouth College National Louis University New Leaders North Central College Northeastern Illinois Univ. Northern Illinois University North Park University Northwestern University viii Olivet Nazarene University Mathematics Middle Grade Education Music Physical Education Reading Specialist Reading Teacher Science Biology Science Chemistry Science - Earth and Space Science Science - Environmental Science Science - Physics Social Science - Economics Social Science - Geography Social Science - History Social Science - Political Science Social Science - Psychology Social Science - Sociology and Anthropology Teacher Leader- Technology Education Technology Specialist Transitional Bilingual Type 29 Visual Arts SPECIAL EDUCATION AREAS: Blind or Visually Impaired Deaf or Hard of Hearing Early Childhood Special Education Early Childhood Special Education Approval Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) LBS II/Behavior Intervention Specialist Principia College Quincy University Rockford University Roosevelt University Saint Xavier University School of the Art Inst. Chicago S.I.U. Carbondale S.I.U. Edwardsville Trinity Christian College Trinity International Univ. University of Chicago University of Ill. at Chicago Univ. of Ill. at Springfield Univ. of Ill. at Urbana/Champ University of St. Francis VanderCook College of Music Western Illinois University Wheaton College

10 Loyola University to Wheaton College SPECIAL EDUCATION AREAS: (continued) LBS II/Bilingual Special Education Specialist Loyola University Chicago MacMurray College McKendree University Millikin University Monmouth College National Louis University New Leaders North Central College Northeastern Illinois Univ. Northern Illinois University North Park University LBS II/Curriculum Adaptation Specialist LBS II/Deaf-Blind Specialist LBS II/Multiple Disabilities Specialist LBS II/Technology Specialist LBS II/Transition Specialist Speech Language Pathologist (teacher) SCHOOL SUPPORT PERSONNEL Northwestern University School Counselor School Nurse School Psychologist School Social Worker Speech Language` Pathologist ADMINISTRATIVE Chief School Business Official Director of Special Education Principal Superintendent Teacher Leader Olivet Nazarene University Principia College Quincy University Rockford University Roosevelt University Saint Xavier University School of the Art Inst. Chicago S.I.U. Carbondale S.I.U. Edwardsville Trinity Christian College Trinity International Univ. University of Chicago University of Ill. At Chicago Univ. of Ill. at Springfield Univ. of Ill. at Urbana/Champ University of St. Francis VanderCook College of Music Western Illinois University Wheaton College ix

11 Directory of Approved Programs for Illinois Institutions AUGUSTANA COLLEGE w w w. a u g u s t a n a. e d u Dean: Dr. Pareena Lawrence Telephone Fax: Chair: Randall Hengst, Ph.D. Telephone: Fax: Dr. Mike Egan Telephone: FAX: Undergraduate: W. Kent Barnds Telephone: FAX: th Street Rock Island, IL 620 UNDERGRADUATE Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) Elementary Education Elementary (-6) (Nov.204) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) Foreign Language - French Special (K-2) Foreign Language German Special (K-2) Foreign Language - Spanish Special (K-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) Music Special (K-2) Science - Biology Secondary (6-2) Science - Chemistry Secondary (6-2) Science - Physics Secondary (6-2) Social Science - Geography Secondary (6-2) Social Science - History Secondary (6-2) Visual Arts Special (K-2)

12 AURORA UNIVERSITY w w w. a u r o r a. e d u Unit Head: Joan Poor, Chief Academic Officer Telephone: Ellen J. Goldberg, Assistant Provost Telephone: Primary Contact Dr. Susan Hammack, Accreditation Coordinator Telephone: Undergraduate/Graduate Initial Licensure: Ellen J. Goldberg Assistant Provost Telephone: College of Education 347 South Gladstone Avenue Aurora, Illinois UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Bilingual/ESL Option Early Childhood Special Education Approval (Sept. 200) Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) (Jan. 2009) (Jan. 2009) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) (Jan. 2009) (Jan. 2009) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (May 2007) (May 2007) (P-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) Physical Education Special (K-2) (Jan. 2009) (Sept. 2009) (Jan. 2009) Reading Specialist Special (K-2) (May 2005) Reading Teacher Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (Sept. 2009) (Sept. 2009) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) (Sept. 2009) (Sept. 2009) School Social Worker School Support (Jan. 2009) Personnel Teacher Leader Administrative (March 203) Principal Administrative (Oct. 202) Superintendent Administrative (Jan. 2009) 2

13 BENEDICTINE UNIVERSITY w w w. b e n. e d u / p r o g r a m s / e d u c a t i o n Dean: Dr. Ethel Ragland Telephone: Department Chair: Dr. MeShelda Jackson Telephone: Dr. Richard Campbell Telephone: Undergraduate: Enrollment Center Telephone: Graduate: Anne Baysinger Telephone: Masters of Education: Dr. MeShelda Jackson Telephone: Alternative Licensure: Dr. John Zigmond, Director of Alternative Licensure Telephone: Lisle - College of Education and Health Services 5700 College Road Lisle, IL Springfield Benedictine University at Springfield School of Education 500 North 5 th Street Springfield, IL Primary Contacts: Michael Bromberg, Dean of Academic Affairs Telephone: , Ext. 26 Dr. Cynthia Sedam, Director of Education Telephone: ext. 265 Allyson Strauch, Assistant Director of Advising/Licensure Officer Telephone: ext Naperville Margaret and Harold Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies 832 Centre Point Circle, Suite 02 Naperville, IL Primary Contacts: Dr. Michael L. Carroll, Dean, Adult and Professional Studies Telephone: Debra Kaszuba, Assistant to the Dean/Program Coordinator Telephone:

14 B E N E D I C T I N E U N I V E R S I T Y ( c o n t i n u e d ) UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Business, Marketing, and Computer Secondary (6-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) Education Elementary Education Elementary (K-9), 2 (June 2006), 2 (June 2006) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) English as a Second Language (ESL) Foreign Language Spanish Special (K-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (June 2006) (June 2006) (P-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) Music Special (K-2) (Oct. 2009) Physical Education Special (K-2) (June 2009) Reading Specialist Special (K-2) 3 (June 2006) Reading Teacher Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) Science Physics Secondary (6-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) (June 2006) (June 2006) 4

15 BLACKBURN COLLEGE w w w. b l a c k b u r n. e d u Chair: Catherine Stewart, Education Department Telephone: or , Ext. (for both numbers) 5689 Terri Reid, Director of Teacher Education and Licensure Officer Telephone: Undergraduate: Terri Reid Telephone: Website: College Avenue Carlinville, IL UNDERGRADUATE Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) (Dec. 2006) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) (Dec. 2006) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) (Dec. 2006) Physical Education Special (K-2) (Dec. 2006) Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (Dec. 2006) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) (Dec. 2006) Visual Arts Special (K-2) (Dec. 2006) 5

16 BRADLEY UNIVERSITY w w w. b r a d l e y. e d u / a c a d e m i c s / e h s / i n d e x. s h t m l Dean: Dr. Joan L. Sattler, Dean, College of Education and Health Sciences Telephone: Chair: Dr. D. Antonio Cantu, Chair, Department of Teacher Education Telephone: FAX: Jane Cushing Telephone: 309/ Undergraduate: Admissions Telephone: Website: Graduate: Graduate School Admissions Telephone: Website: W. Bradley Avenue Peoria, IL 6625 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (May 2007) (Birth-Grade 3) Early Childhood/Elementary Education Early Childhood (May 200) (Birth-Grade 3) Early Childhood Special Education Approval Elementary Education W/ESL Elementary (-6) (Aug 204) Middle Grades English Language Arts Middle Grades (5-8) (Nov. 204) W/ESL English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Family and Consumer Sciences Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (May 2007) (May 2007) (P-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Middle Grades Mathematics W/ESL Middle Grades (5-8) (Nov. 204) Music Special (K-2) (May 2007) Middle Grades Science W/ESL Middle Grades (5-8) (Nov. 204) Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Science Physics Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Middle Grades Social Science W/ESL Middle Grades (5-8) (Nov. 204) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) (May 2007) Visual Arts Special (K-2) (May 2007) School Counselor School Support (May 2007) Personnel Principal Administrative (May 203) 6

17 THE CHICAGO SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY w w w. t h e c h i c a g o s c h o o l. e d u Chair: Dr. James E. Walsh, School Psychology Program Telephone: Dr. James Walsh Telephone: Graduate: Admissions Office Telephone: , ext or FAX: Website: N. Wells Street Chicago, IL UNIVERSITY CENTER OF LAKE COUNTY CAMPUS University Center of Lake County 200 University Center Drive Grayslake, IL GRADUATE School Psychologist School Support Personnel, 2 (May 2007) 7

18 CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY Provost: Angela Henderson, Interim Provost and Vice-President for Academic and Student Affairs Telephone: FAX: Dean Dr. Satasha Green, Dean, College of Education Telephone: Assistant Dean Dr. Cathy Busch Telephone: FAX: Assistant Dean Dr. Kimberly Edwards Telephone: Dawn Liddicoatt, Director Telephone: FAX: Undergraduate Office of Admissions Telephone: Website: Graduate Dawn Liddicoatt, Licensure Officer Telephone: Fax: 773/ S. King Drive Chicago, Illinois Bilingual/ESL Option Business, Marketing, and Computer Education (BMC) Early Childhood Education 8 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Early Childhood (June 2004) (June 2004) (Birth-Grade 3) Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) (Aug. 2004) (Aug. 2004) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Family and Consumer Sciences Secondary (6-2) (Dec. 2007) (Dec. 2007) Foreign Language Spanish Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (June 2004) (P-2) Library Information Specialist Special (K-2) (June 2004) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Music Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Physical Education Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Principal Preparation Administrative (May 203) Reading Specialist Special (K-2) (June 2004) Reading Teacher Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Science Physics Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Social Science Geography Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Teacher Leader Administrative (Nov. 204)

19 CHICAGO TEACHING FELLOWS/TNTP ACADEMY w w w. t n t p. o r g Partner: Stacy Miles Telephone: Fax: Director (Chicago) Kate Shanahan Telephone: Fax: Licensure Officer Emilie Deans Telephone: Enrollment Ashley Chin, Senior Program Operations Manager Telephone: FAX: Entitlement (Alternative Licensure): Ashley Chin, Senior Program Operations Manager Telephone: FAX: Chicago Teaching Fellows CPS Talent Office 25 South Clark Street, 2 nd Floor Chicago, IL Telephone: FAX: ALTERNATIVE LICENSURE Elementary Education with Bilingual Elementary (K-9) (Mar. 202) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (P-2) (Mar. 202) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) (Mar. 202) Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (Mar. 202) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) (Mar. 202) Science Physics Secondary (6-2) (Mar. 202) 9

20 COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO w w w. c o l u m. e d u Dean Suzanne Blum Malley, Interim Dean Telephone: Chair: Dr. Carol Lloyd Rozansky, Chairperson & Professor, Education Department Telephone: Fax: Sheila Brady Telephone: FAX: Undergraduate: Larissa Mulholland, Director Telephone: Graduate: Sheila Brady Telephone: S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Bilingual/ESL Option Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (June 2009) (Birth-Grade 3) Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) (June 2009) Visual Arts Special (K-2) (June 2009) 0

21 CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO w w w. C U C h i c a g o. e d u Dean: Dr. Kevin Brandon, College of Education Telephone: Fax: Judith Ludwig, Office of the Registrar Telephone: Fax: Asst. Pam Jenkins, Assistant Registrar Undergraduate: Gwen Kanelos Telephone: Graduate and Alternative Licensure: Deb Ness Telephone: Website: Augusta Street River Forest, IL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Bilingual/ESL Option Chief School Business Official Administrative (Oct. 204) Drama/Theatre Arts Secondary (6-2) Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (Birth-Grade 3) Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) Elementary Education Elementary (-6) (Jan. 205) (Oct. 204) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) Foreign Language Spanish Special (K-2) (Mar. 2009) (Mar. 2009) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (Apr. 2004) (Apr. 2004) (P-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) Music Special (K-2) Physical Education Secondary (6-2) Special (K-2) Reading Specialist Special (K-2) Reading Teacher Science Biology Secondary (6-2) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) Social Science - Geography Secondary (6-2) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) Social Science - Psychology Secondary (6-2) Teacher Leader Administrative (June 203) Technology Specialist Special (K-2) Visual Arts Secondary (6-2) Special (K-2) School Counselor School Support Personnel Principal Administrative (May 202)

22 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Superintendent Administrative 2

23 DEPAUL UNIVERSITY w w w. d e p a u l. e d u Dean: Dr. Paul Zionts Telephone: FAX: Associate Dean James Wolfinger Telephone: Nancy Hashimoto Telephone: Alexa Walsh Telephone: James Wolfinger Telephone: Undergraduate: DePaul University Admissions Office Telephone: Graduate: Andre Lewis, Director of Graduate Admission, School of Education Telephone: Lincoln Park Naperville School of Education 2320 North Kenmore Avenue Chicago, Illinois West Warrenville Road Naperville, Illinois UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Bilingual/ESL Option Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (June 2004) (June 2004) (Birth-Grade 3) Early Childhood Special Education Approval Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) (June 2004) (June 2004) Elementary Education/LBS I (Dual Elementary (K-9) (Mar 2006) Licensure) Special Education (P-2) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) Foreign Language - Arabic Special (K-2) (June 2004) Foreign Language Chinese Mandarin Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Foreign Language - French Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Foreign Language Italian Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Foreign Language Latin Special (K-2) (200) (200) Foreign Language Russian Special (K-2) (200) (200) Foreign Language - Spanish Special (K-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education (June 2004) (June 2004) (P-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) Middle Grade Education Middle Grades (5-8) (Aug 204) (Aug 204) Music Special (K-2) (June 2004) Physical Education Special (K-2) (June 2004)

24 D E P A U L U N I V E R S I T Y ( c o n t i n u e d ) UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Principal Administrative (Sept. 202) Reading Specialist Special (K-2) Reading Teacher Science Biology Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Science Environmental Science Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Science Physics Secondary (6-2) (June 2004) (June 2004) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) (Dec. 2005) (Oct. 2009) School Counselor School Support (June 2004) Personnel Superintendent Administrative (June 2004) Teacher Leader Administrative (Sept 203) Visual Arts Secondary (6-2) 4

25 DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY w w w. d o m. e d u Dean: Dr. Victoria Chou Telephone: Licensure Officers: Bridget Burns Telephone: FAX: 708/ Undergraduate: Dr. Josephine Sarvis (Elementary); Dr. Vinci-Minogue (Secondary) Telephone: (Sarvis); (Minogue)) Graduate: Mr. Keven Hansen Telephone: Alternative Licensure: Dr. Colleen Reardon Telephone: W. Division Street River Forest, IL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE (Feb 205) Alternative Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (Birth- Grade 3 Alternative- Elementary Education Elementary (-6) (Feb 205) Bilingual/ESL Option Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (Birth-Grade 3) Early Childhood Special Education Approval Elementary Education Elementary (K-9) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) Foreign Language - French Special (K-2) Foreign Language Italian Special (K-2) Foreign Language - Spanish Special (K-2) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS Special Education (P-2) I) Library Information Specialist Special (K-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) Principal Administrative (April 203) Reading Specialist Special (K-2) Reading Teacher Science - Biology Secondary (6-2) Science - Chemistry Secondary (6-2) Social Science - History Secondary (6-2) Social Science - Political Science Secondary (6-2) School Social Worker School Support Personnel (Nov. 2006) Visual Arts Secondary (6-2) or Special (K-2) 5

26 EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY w w w. e i u. e d u / c e p s Dean: Dr. Diane H. Jackman Telephone: FAX: Dr. Douglas Bower Telephone: FAX: Undergraduate/Graduate: Dr. Douglas Bower Telephone: Lincoln Ave Charleston, IL Kaskaskia Kaskaskia College 2720 College Road Centralia, IL Danville 4 - Decatur Danville Area Community College 2000 East Main Danville, IL Richland Community College One College Park Decatur, IL Champaign Parkland Community College 2400 West Bradley Champaign, IL Mt. Vernon, ROE #25 ROE #25 74 Broadway Street Mt Vernon, IL Olney Illinois Eastern Community College Olney Central College 305 N West Olney, IL Vandalia, ROE #3 ROE #3 300 S 7th Street Vandalia, IL

27 E A S T E R N I L L I N O I S U N I V E R S I T Y ( c o n t i n u e d ) 9 - Harrisburg, ROE # Springfield - Robinson 2 - Murphysboro ROE #20/Wabash-Ohio Valley Special Education District 52 N. Main Harrisburg, IL Sangamon Area Special Education District 2500 Taylor Springfield, IL Illinois Eastern Community College Lincoln Trail College 220 State Highway Robinson, IL Tri County Special Education 725 Shomaker Drive Murphysboro, IL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE Business, Marketing, and Computer Secondary (6-2) Education Drama/Theatre Arts Secondary (6-2) Early Childhood Education Early Childhood (Birth-Grade 3) Early Childhood Special Education Approval Elementary Education Elementary (K-9),3,4, Elementary Education Elementary (-6) (Sept. 204) English Language Arts Secondary (6-2) Family and Consumer Sciences Secondary (6-2) Foreign Language French Special (K-2) Foreign Language German Special (K-2) Foreign Language Italian Special (K-2) Foreign Language Latin Special (K-2) Foreign Language Spanish Special (K-2) Health Education Secondary (6-2) Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Special Education, 9, 0, 2 (P-2) LBS II/Behavior Intervention Specialist Special Education (Feb 2007) (P-2) LBS II/Curriculum Adaptation Specialist Special Education (Feb 2007) (P-2) Mathematics Secondary (6-2) Middle Grade Education Middle Grades (5-8) (Sept, 204) Music Special (K-2) Physical Education Secondary (6-2) and Special (K-2) Science Biology Secondary (6-2) Science Chemistry Secondary (6-2) Science - Earth and Space Science Secondary (6-2) Science Physics Secondary (6-2) Social Science Geography Secondary (6-2) Social Science History Secondary (6-2) Social Science - Political Science Secondary (6-2) Social Science Psychology Secondary (6-2) 7

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