Dr. Jodi M. Duke is an associate professor of special education and the academic program coordinator for the Autism Spectrum Disorders Graduate Program at George Mason University. With an M.S. in Special Education from Johns Hopkins University, and an Ed.D. in Special Education from Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Duke’s research focuses on postsecondary transition, well-being, and mental health supports for neurodiverse college students, including those with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities.

George Mason University’s Online MEd in Special Education: Be Ready, Be Well

George Mason University’s fully online 30-credit MEd in Special Education program prepares future educators to apply learning methods and techniques designed for children with disabilities to foster growth and improve learning outcomes among this vulnerable student population. In addition to

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