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Speech-Language pathologists have specialized training in servicing students with speech and language impairments. They are typically involved in activities such as prevention, identification, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of communication disorders. These services can be provided to students individually or in small groups.

SESE Speech-Language Pathologists serve students in ECE, Moderate/Severe Intellectual Disability, Emotional Disability, and Autism self-contained classrooms. Speech-Language Pathologists are also involved in augmentative communication and innovative techniques in communication facilitation with students with severe communication delays and autism.

The goal of SESE speech pathologists is to provide individualized services for children whose speech and/or language skills interfere with his/her ability to learn in the classroom or communicate with others.


Applicants must hold a Type 73 Speech-Language Professional Educator License.


Per Collective Bargaining Agreement

How to Apply

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, transcript(s), and resume that includes three references, to the attention of:

Beth Leggitt, Technical Assistance Supervisor

South Eastern Special Education

PO Box 185          

Ste. Marie, IL 62459

Or e-mail to:  bleggitt@sese.org


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