“To provide exemplary graduate training which produces reflective, relentless, and resourceful special educators committed to improving educational outcomes for students with high-incidence disabilities”.


  • Address critical special education teacher shortages;
  • Prepare teachers to bridge the gap between research and practice to improve results for children with high-incidence disabilities; and
  • Prepare teachers to work collaboratively to provide effective special education services in the least restrictive environment.

Project TEEACH



Program funded by The United States Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
In Cooperation with The Alabama State Department of Education Special Education Services
The University of Alabama College of Education
Department of Special Education & Multiple Abilities
Alabama Public Schools and State Operated Programs

The University of Alabama
Department of Special Education & Multiple Abilities
Project TEEACH High-Incidence Personnel Preparation Grant

P.O. Box 870232
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0232
Tel: (205) 348-6093
Fax: (205) 348-9863

UA College of Education