- Doctor of Philosophy in Special Education, 2011, Purdue University
- Master of Science in Education, Special Education, 2007, Purdue University
- Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies, 2004, Purdue University
Data recording methods and their impact on the educational progress of students with disabilities
Issues related to culture and diversity, and their impact on students in the classroom
Improving transition outcomes of students with disabilities
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Hunter, W. C., Maheady, L., Jasper, A. D., Williamson, R. L., Murley, R. C., & Stratton, B. (2015). Numbered heads together as a tier-1 instructional strategy in multi-tiered systems of support. Education & Treatment of Children, 38(3), 345-362.
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