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Proposal elected for funding by AERA’s Service Project Initiative

February 24, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
College of Education faculty and staff headshots. Deborah Reed

Deborah Reed

A proposal by Dr. Deborah Reed, Literacy Instruction for Juvenile Offenders: Meeting the More Rigorous Standards of the Revised GED, has been elected by the American Educational Research Association‘s (AERA) Education Research Service Project Initiative (ERSP) for funding. AERA’s ERSP program provides small grants to education researchers who are offering their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, or other community groups that have identified and expressed a need for such assistance.

Dr. Reed is an assistant professor of Special Education in the School of Teacher Education and teaches courses in reading instruction for students with high incidence disabilities. She also works at the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) as a research faculty member. Her research focuses on effective reading instruction for vulnerable populations such as adolescent English language learners and those in the juvenile justice system.

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