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Nicole Stallions

Nicole Stallions


Program Chair - Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities MEd


Special education leader and educator with over fifteen years of experience designing appropriate programming and targeted literacy interventions for students with disabilities. Collaborative communicator working with special education TEAMS to identify student needs, target instruction, and measure and monitor student performance. Broad knowledge of quality research based instruction utilizing the Response to Intervention model, which provides all students with the guidance they require for learning success. Successfully develop and maintain productive relationships with parents, families, and staff. Expert knowledge and understanding of special education law and the IEP process.



Cambridge College, 2011 - CAGS, Educational Leadership and Administration, General and Special Education
Cambridge College, 2007 - M.Ed., Special Education and Teaching
University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2004 - B.S., Communication Disorders/Speech Language Pathology, Communication Disorders Sciences and Services

Licenses and Certifications

  • Special Education Administrator (All levels), Massachusetts Department of Education
  • Teacher of Student with Moderate Disabilities, Level PreK-8 License , Massachusetts Department of Education
  • Orton Gillingham Reading Certification, Massachusetts General Hospital

Professional Experience

  • Program Chair of Moderate Disabilities & Autism Specialist, Cambridge College
  • Special Education Coordinator, Concord Public Schools
  • Senior Adjunct Faculty, Cambridge College
  • TEAM Chair, Burlington Public Schools
  • Executive Functioning Coach, Beyond BookSmart
  • Special Education Teacher, Burlington Public Schools
  • Speech Language Pathologist Assistant, Burlington Public Schools
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