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UW Madison Special Education Teacher Residency Program (TRP)

UW Madison Special Education Teacher Residency Program (TRP)

Become a special educator and change lives in 14 months

Become a special educator and change lives in 14 months

Apply by March 4

Apply by March 4

SPECIAL EDUCATION

TEACHER RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Become a special educator and change lives in 14 months & Apply by March 4

SPECIAL EDUCATION

TEACHER RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Interested in becoming a special education teacher and supporting youth with disabilities to reach their full potential? In 14 months, you will graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a master’s degree in special education and Wisconsin Cross-Categorical Special Education licensure.

• Generous living stipend of at least $55,335
• Full academic year teaching residency in Milwaukee Public Schools
• Eligible for the Teacher Pledge, which covers the cost of tuition
• Graduate coursework offered at convenient times, leading to a master’s degree from UW-Madison
• Three-year commitment to teach in MPS upon completion of the Residency year
• Ongoing induction support provided

Ready to apply?

Applicants will need to (a) complete the UW grad school application and (b) complete the MPS Teacher Resident Job Application. You can complete these applications in any order.

Grad Program Application

Note that you are applying for the UW-Madison Special Education Teacher Residency Program in your Personal Statement. Apply for Summer Term 2024.

If you have questions about the TRP Program or need assistance with the graduate school application, please contact:

Dr. Rebekka Olsen

TRP Program Manager
University of Wisconsin-Madison
rsolsen@wisc.edu

MPS Job Application

The Job ID#1026086 is for the Teacher Resident position, which can be found at mpsmke.com/careers; please refer to the instructions on How to Apply.

If you have questions about the MPS job application or need assistance accessing the job application, please contact:

Pa N. Xiong

Talent Management Specialist
Milwaukee Public Schools
(414) 475-8729
xiongpn@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

 

Questions about the program?

Email Dr. Rebekka Olsen at rsolsen@wisc.edu.