Preparing Researchers in Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities from Multicultural Environments Preparing Researchers in Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities from Multicultural Environments The purpose of the proposal is to train eight doctoral students to succeed as faculty who will train the next generations of speech-language clinicians to provide evidence-based assessments and interventions for students with disabilities who are from culturally and linguistically diverse (CLO) backgrounds. Competencies include foundational knowledge in early multilingual multicultural speech and language development and disorders, evidence based interventions for young children with disabilities who are CLO, research methods, design, and analyses, transfer of research into practice, practical research experience in faculty labs and high-needs school districts, and professional preparation of scholars for successful careers in faculty positions.
|Effective start/end date||11/1/19 → 12/31/24|
- US Department of Education (DOEd): $2,496,765.00
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