Tag: Special Education

Dina Castro, Faculty News, Franklin Jones, Hank Fien, Harriette Scott, Hayley Perelman, Jennifer Altavilla, Lana Edwards Santoro, Lisa Ijiri, Nancy J. Nelson, News, Scott K. Baker

BU Wheelock Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2021

This fall, BU Wheelock welcomed 10 new full-time faculty members to our community. Their research interests include early childhood education, higher education, sport performance, bilingual education, and literacy. Learn more… Read more


Parents Like School Choice Programs for Disabled Students but Navigating is a Challenge

Parents Like School Choice Programs for Students with Disabilities but Describe the Process of Using Scholarships as Overwhelming, According to a New Report BU Wheelock’s CERES Institute today released Choices… Read more

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BU Wheelock Research Team Examines Self-Contained Special Education Classrooms

BU Wheelock’s Dr. Hannah Morris Mathews, Jennifer Lillis, and Dr. Elizabeth Bettini authored “Working Conditions and Special Educators’ Reading Instruction for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders,” a new paper… Read more

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Dr. Zachary Rossetti Awarded Spencer Foundation Research Grant to Increase Family Participation in IDEA Reauthorization

Dr. Zachary Rossetti, BU Wheelock associate professor of special education, has been awarded a Large Education Research Grant from the Spencer Foundation to bolster parent/caregiver and student participation in the… Read more

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Dr. Nate Jones Published in EdResearch for Recovery Project

BU Wheelock Associate Professor of Special Education, Dr. Nate Jones has been published in the newly announced EdResearch for Recovery Project. Published via Brown University’s Annenberg Institute for School Reform… Read more

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Dr. Nathan Jones Awarded $3 Million NSF DRK-12 Grant to Study Whether Simulations Can Improve Math Teaching for Students with Disabilities

The National Science Foundation has announced the funding of a new collaborative study between Boston University and the University of Virginia that will examine how teaching simulations, in conjunction with other… Read more