Multiple Positions, School of Education University at Albany, SUNY
The Technical Assistance Partnerships (TAPs) for Behavior and Academics at the School of Education, University at Albany, are currently seeking applicants for multiple positions. The TAPS are state-sponsored university centers that work together closely in supporting regions and school districts in their efforts to improve outcomes for all students, especially those with disabilities, throughout New York State, using a multi-tiered systems of support framework. The TAPS are nested within a larger partnership that includes the Office of Special Education, Cornell University, and the Bank Street College of Education, which serve specialists in 12 Regional Partnership Centers; 14 Early Childhood Family and Community Engagement Centers; and 14 School-age Family and Community Engagement Centers. The TAPs are looking for experienced implementors with specialties in systems-based behavior and/or academic prevention/intervention to engage in instrument development, construction of professional development using a train-the-trainer model, and to collaborate with regional constituents across the state.
The following professional positions are available: