Keeping the Individualization in the IEP Process
Join Stephanie and Dr. Kristen Bonanno as they discuss the IEP process and how we can strive to keep them individualized.
Kristen Bonanno, EhD is the Coordinator of Graduate Programs in Special Education for Bay Path University. Dr. Bonanno has worked in education at various levels for more than a dozen years as a special education teacher and as a special education administrator at the elementary and middle school levels. Since leaving K12, she has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels specializing in special education and educational research. In addition, Dr. Bonanno has published several books examining best practices in special education.
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