Paul, James L., Cranston-Gingras, Ann, Lavely, Carolyn D.
Ann Cranston-Gingras is an associate professor at the University of South Florida Michael W. Churton is the director of distance learning international development and research in educational outreach at the University of South Florida. He is also a tenured professor and on the doctoral faculty in the department of special education Karen L. Colucci is a visiting assistant professor at the University of South Florida Sherman Dorn is an historian of education at the University of South Florida Betty C. Epanchin is a professor in special education at the University of South Florida Patricia Fagan is a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of South Florida Peter French is the Lincoln Chair in Ethics at Arizona State University James J. Gallagher is a Kenan Professor of education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Karen M. Harris is completing her doctoral work at the University of South Florida Harold Hodgkinson is the director of the Center for Demographic Policy Kathryn L. Laframboise is an associate professor in the Department of Childhood/Language Arts/Reading Education at the University of South Florida Carolyn D. Lavely has served at the University of South Florida in various capacities: Coordinator of Mental Retardation, Coordinator of Specific Learning Disabilities, Director of Diagnostic and Remedial Projects for Children with Learning Disabilities, and as the Department Chair of Special Education. Currently, Dr. Lavely is the director of two institutes in the College of Education, the Institute for At-Risk Infants, Children, and Youth and their Families and the Institute for Instructional Research and Practice Barbara L. Loeding is an associate professor at the University of South Florida Nel Noddings is Lee L. Jacks Professor of education, emerita, at Stanford University Myrrha Pammer is currently the executive director of the Education Resource Center in Ohio Patricia A. Parrish is the coordinator of interns and field placements at Saint Leo University James L. Paul was formerly a professor of special education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Crystal Roberts Ladwig is on the faculty at the University of Florida Vestena Robbins currently serves as program evaluation coordinator for the Bridges Project Zena H. Rudo is a program associate in policy research at the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) in Austin, Texas Denise Smith is an assistant professor at Indiana University, South Bend Ella L. Taylor is a visiting assistant professor at the University of South Florida Brenda L. Townsend is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of South Florida Ann P. Turnbull is the co-director of the Beach Center on Disability and a professor in the Department of Special Education at The University of Kansas H. R. Turnbull is co-director of the Beach Center on Disability and a professor of special education and Courtesy Professor of Law Cathy Wooley-Brown is currently the Florida state coordinator for charter schools and directs the Florida Charter School Resource CenterPaul, James L. is the author of 'Rethinking Professional Issues in Special Education' with ISBN 9781567506273 and ISBN 1567506275.
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