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Considering a Doctoral Degree?

Content type: Journal Article
Special educators who want to continue their education past their master’s degree or administrative certification may be unsure of what to do or what it means to earn a doctorate. For those considering pursuing a doctoral degree, it is important to...

Predictors of Autism Enrollment in Public School Systems

Content type: Journal Article
With a number of disparities present in the diagnosis and treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders, the education system plays a crucial role in the provision of both these service elements. Based on school and federal census data, this article...

COACHED (Capturing Observations and Collaboratively sHaring Educational Data)

Content type: Teacher Resource
Dr. Rachel Kunemund is a Research Assistant Professor in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia. She manages the S4 OSEP Stepping Up Technology Implementation grant, and is Co-Principal Investigator for the newly funded VERIFY Stepping Up project. Her research interests focus efforts to improve outcomes for young students with chronic problem behavior in school settings. Specifically, her expertise and program of research focuses on early student-teacher relationships, coaching processes, as well as student behavioral and academic outcomes.

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