Nicole M. Stallions


Nicole M. Stallions

Program Chair, Moderate Disabilities & Autism Specialist and Senior Instructor




Nicole is an accomplished special education leader and educator with over 20 years of experience designing programming and interventions for students with disabilities. Nicole has served as a special education administrator for 15 years and a special educational teacher at the elementary and middle school level. Nicole has also worked as an Executive Functioning Coach supporting elementary, middle, and high school students.

Nicole currently works as a public school administrator and prides herself on developing and maintaining productive relationships with parents, families, and staff. Nicole has expert knowledge and understanding of special education law and the IEP process.

Nicole earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Communication Disorders, a Master's degree in Special Education from Cambridge College, a CAGS from Cambridge College in Educational Leadership, and Orton-Gillingham Reading certification from the Massachusetts General Hospital Reading Disabilities Unit. Nicole and her husband live in Burlington with their two children.

Education & Certifications

  • CAGS Education Leadership, Cambridge College
  • Orton Gillingham Certification, Massachusetts General Hospital Reading Disabilities Unit
  • MEd Moderate Disabilities, Cambridge College
  • BS Communication Disorders, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Courses Taught

  • Collaboration and Consultation Techniques in Special Education
  • Laws and Regulation Pertaining to Special Education
  • Inclusion and Classroom Behavior Management