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The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) College of Education partners with North Alabama area K-12 school systems, including:

Here are some of the education partnerships and programs the College of Education is actively involved in:

UAH Early Learning Center

The UAH Early Learning Center is located on the UAH campus. It provides high-quality early-childhood education services to children with developmental disabilities and children without disabilities. Children from 6 weeks up to 6 years old are grouped by age and individual needs in an integrated environment containing a diverse range of abilities.

Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI)

The Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI) is the Alabama Department of Education's initiative to improve math and science teaching statewide. Its mission is to provide all students in Grades K-12 with the knowledge and skills needed for success in the workforce and/or postsecondary studies (college and career ready).

Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI)

The Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI) is a statewide K-12 initiative committed to supporting the development of high-quality instruction that will prepare all students wi​th the literacy skills needed to meet or exceed grad​e-level standards. The goal of the ARI is to significantly improve reading instruction and ultimately achieve 100% literacy among public school students.

Extended Year Program

Each summer teacher candidates enrolled in EDC 302 - Introduction to Low Incidence Populations and EDC 341 - Transitions of K-12 Students spend four weeks assisting special education teachers and working one-on-one with students who have been identified with special needs. UAH faculty and classroom teachers monitor and mentor teacher candidates as they interact with the students.

Contact: Dr. Derrick Smith