Speech and Language Pathologists


The Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) assesses the speech and language abilities of the students in the Alternative Education programs.

Essential Duties

• Assess speech and language abilities of culturally and linguistically diverse students
• Develop individual language programs based upon assessment results
• Work with general and special education teachers to establish speech and language programs
• Conduct speech and language therapy programs for specifically selected students
• Collaborate with districts, social service agencies and probation on specifically selected students
• Review research materials, reports, and IEP goals and objectives

Minimum Training, License and Certification

• Master’s Degree
• Clear, Clinical and Rehabilitative Credential Services in Speech Language Pathology
• California License in Speech Language Pathology
• National Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology