Department of Education Names Commissioner of National Center for Special Education Research

The US Department of Education named Joan McLaughlin to a six-year term as Commissioner of the National Center for Special Education research (NCSER).  NCSER has a $50 million research portfolio that supports six research and development centers that focus on early childhood, high school students with serious behavior disorders or with autism spectrum disorders, math instruction, reading instruction for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, and assessment and accountability.

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