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Department of Education  

$30,432,564.00
Fiscal Year: 2010

Download 2010 Department of Education projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Preparing SLPs, OTs, early childhood special educators, and developmental psychologists for leadership roles in teaching, research, and service focused on young children with autism and their families Crais, Elizabeth Q7.K University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Preparing early childhood special educators, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists for working with young children with autism and their families Crais, Elizabeth Q5.Other University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Creating instructional leaders for students with low-incidence disabilities Davis, Carol Q5.Other University of Washington
Recruiting and preparing highly qualified special educators Dieker, Lisa Q7.K University of Central Florida
Utility of social robots for promoting joint attention in infants and toddlers with disabilities Dunst, Carl Q4.Other Orelena Hawks Puckett Institute
Preparation of special education personnel in the area of autism Egel, Andrew Q5.Other University of Maryland
Southern Connecticut State University Center for Excellence on Autism Spectrum Disorders Eren, Ruth Q5.L.C Southern Connecticut State University
Futures Project: Preparing special educators to use evidence-based practices to support desirable futures for students with significant disabilities Falco, Ruth Q5.Other Portland State University
NM-PASS (New Mexico-Preparing Autism Spectrum Specialists) Fernandez, Neta Q5.L.C Board of Regents of New Mexico State University
A personnel preparation partnership for transition endorsement in low-incidence disability Flexer, Robert Q6.S.D Kent State University
Preparation for transition and secondary teachers of students with low-incidence disabilities Flexer, Robert Q6.S.D Kent State University
Training personnel to teach school-age children with autism Flores, Margaret Q6.L.A Auburn University
Collaborative personnel preparation in autism Gast, David Q5.Other University of Georgia
Improving the preparation of related services personnel to serve children with autism spectrum disorders: The Transdisciplinary Autism Specialty Project (TASP) Gutierrez-Clellen, Vera Q5.L.C San Diego State University Foundation
Sustaining evidence-based practice for young learners with autism spectrum disorders through a M.A. degree program Hall, Laura Q5.Other San Diego State University
Leadership in Family-Centered Early Intervention (LIFE) personnel preparation program Hanline, Mary Q7.K Florida State University
Experimental evaluation of the Online and Applied System for Intervention Skills (OASIS) training program using video-conferencing for parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder Heitzman-Powell, Linda Q5.L.A University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute, Inc.
Project Adapted PE Henderson, Hester Q5.L.C University of Utah
Project PASS: Preparing Autism Specialists for Schools Herr, Cynthia Q5.Other University of Oregon
Preparing special educators to work with children and youth with autism Herr, Cynthia Q5.Other University of Oregon
Project Connect: Connecting school districts with highly qualified teachers in low-incidence disabilities Higgins, Amanda Q5.Other University of Nevada
PA Community on Transition: Achieving outcomes through a shared agenda Hodges, Dana Q6.L.A Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation - Department of Labor & Industry
Kansas University: Autism and Early Childhood Education Professionals (KU-ACE) Horn, Eva Q5.Other University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute, Inc.
Leadership training in high-need students with severe disabilities/autism Hughes, Carolyn Q7.K Vanderbilt University
New Families, Agencies, Communities, and Educational Strategies (FACES) in early childhood special education Hughes, Margaret Q5.L.C San Jose State University Foundation