500 University Avenue West, Minot, ND

Indians Into Disability Studies (IIDS)

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Indians Into Disability Studies (IIDS)

What is the Indians Into Disability Studies Project?

The Indians Into Disability Studies project is a 3-year partnership with NDCPD, Minot State University and Turtle Mountain Community College. The goal is to increase the capacity of the Turtle Mountain community to provide inclusive special education services to their students with disabilities by supporting Teacher Education students to complete their Bachelor of Education degree at Turtle Mountain Community College and Special Education Graduate certificates through Minot State University. This project is funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living.

What We Do?

Learn more about working with children and young adults with special needs
Offer online courses through Minot State University
Offer Master’s in Special Education/Graduate Certificate in Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Special Education Strategist, and Learning Disabilities
Participate in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities trainings
Provide scholarships

Where is the Indians Into Disability Studies Project located?

At the North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities (NDCPD) on the campus of Minot State University.

500 University Avenue West

Memorial Hall

Minot, ND 58707

Contact the Indians Into Disability Studies Project

Phone: 1.800.233.1737 or 701.858-3580

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