April 24, 2014
Tagged: Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Manhattan Center

Bilingual Special Education Full Scholarship

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Are you Bilingual? Do you have a B.A. or B.S. with minimum GPA of 2.75? Do you want to work in the rewarding field of Childhood Special Education with linguistically and culturally diverse populations?

Full Scholarship provided by the Department of Education for Bilingual students. Students earn a M.S. in Bilingual Childhood Special Education and N.Y.S. certification in grades 1-6 in bilingual, childhood, and childhood special education.

» Check for scholarship eligibility


  • Current pedagogical or clinical employees of the NYC Department of Education are not eligible to participate in the Scholarship Program.
  • Applicants who have already achieved NYS or reciprocal state certification are not eligible to apply.
  • If you have completed a master’s degree program in education you are not eligible to apply to the scholarship program

Attend the information session for more information. 

For more information, please contact:

Dia Bacon
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Tagged: Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Manhattan Center