Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education or Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist

What if you had a way to earn your teaching degree while working in an actual classroom? This Bachelor’s in Elementary and Special Education program, powered by BloomBoard, offers paraeducators the instruction, coaching, and classroom experience needed to step up to become effective teachers. The program is designed for educators with an associate’s degree to complete their bachelor’s degree while working in a school as an instructional assistant or long-term substitute teacher. 

Talk with your school or district administrators to find out if this program is available to you or have them reach out to Jenn Miller (, 440-375-7379) to learn about how to offer this in their district. 

Through this on-the-job, cohort-based distance learning program, candidates learn and earn college credit within a classroom, alongside their students, in an environment that allows for gradual assumption of responsibility. 


Benefits of an On-the-Job Program:


The program respects your time by letting you complete much of the work during your work day. 


Program coursework is integrated into your classroom practice so you can complete much of the work on the job and apply your learning right away.


You can choose the professional support you need to succeed, including faculty support, professional learning communities, and facilitated discussion groups. 


This course is a low-cost alternative to traditional teaching degree programs. Financial Aid is available.

About BloomBoard 

BloomBoard is a talent development provider that offers programs for school districts to move educators forward at all points of their professional journey. Our platform connects districts to higher education institutions that offer degree and certification programs using a unique on-the-job instructional model.

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