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The Special Education research group has an emphasis on understanding and ameliorating challenges to learning in a lifelong perspective. Within this overarching theme, researchers pursue a number of interests and projects. The members of the group have developed collaborative relationships with other research environments both nationally and internationally. Some of our interest areas include:

  • Creating and sustaining inclusive learning environments
  • Early intervention and social-emotional development in early childhood
  • Capacity building and innovation
  • Special and inclusive educational policy
  • Learning difficulties and basic skill attainment
  • Speech and language impairments
  • Evaluation and measurement
  • Disability studies
  • Social, emotional, and behavioral challenges
  • Family-centered services and multi-disciplinary collaboration
  • Tensions between system and individual perspectives

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