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Professor Rossetti Published by Sage Open

Zachary Rossetti

Sage Open published a paper by Professor Zachary Rossetti. The paper, The Development of Individualized Education Programs: Where Have We Been and Where Should We Go Now?was co-authored by Professor William Blackwell, Lewis University.

The piece examines past and current research on the development of IEPs and discusses how to utilize the information to “begin charting a new direction for research and practice related to IEP development.”

Professor Blackwell is also a Boston University alumni, earning his Doctorate of Education in Special Education from Boston University School of Education in 2012.

Citation for Rossetti and Blackwell’s article:

Blackwell, W. H., & Rossetti, Z. (2014). Development of Individualized Education Programs: Where have we been and where should we go now? SAGE Open. doi: 10.1177/2158244014530411.

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