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Lewis Jackson, Ed.D.

Lewis Jackson, Ed.D.

Professor Emeritus

School of Special Education

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Banerjee, R., Sundeen, T., Hutchinson, S., Jackson, L. B. (in press). Factors that explain placement decisions for students with multiple disabilities: Findings from the national data. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs

Ryndak, D., Jackson, L. B., & White, J. M. (2013). Involvement and Progress in the General Curriculum for Students with Extensive Support Needs: K-12 Inclusive Education Research and Implications for the Future. Inclusion, 1, 28-49.

Jackson, L. B., Ryndak, D., Orlando, A. M., Halley, K., & McCaleb, K. (accepted,under revision). Applying the five pillars to literacy instruction with students who have moderate to severe disabilities: Issues and concerns. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities.


Wehmeyer, M.L., Shogren, K.A., Kurth, J.A., Morningstar, M.E., Kozleski, E.B.,Agran, M., Jackson, L., Jameson, J.M., McDonnell, J., & Ryndak, D.L. (in
press). Including students with extensive and pervasive support needs. In J.P Bakken & F. Obiakor (Eds.), Advances in Special Education Volume 31: General and special education inclusion in an age of change. London, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Jackson, L. B., White, J. M., & Ryndak, D. L. (2015). Achieving an international perspective. In M. Agran, F. Spooner, & K. Gee (Eds.) (pp. 60-69), TASH 40th Anniversary Volume. Virginia Beach, VA: Donning Company.

Honors and Awards

Funded Projects

Fulbright Sponsored Projects (International)

2012, Oct. Positive Behavioral Support: A Training Program. Abu Dhabi Emirate, United Arab Emirates. Sponsored jointly by the Fulbright International Scholars Program and the Zayed Higher Organization for Humanitarian Care. ($6,000 over 2 months)

Research Grants

2016, Jan. Jackson, L. Facilitating Inclusion and Literacy for Students with Extensive Support Needs in an Elementary School Community. Bresnahan-Halstead Institute ($2,514 over 3 months)

2014, Mar. Jackson, L. B., & Alzayer, R. Communication skills training for families of children with Autism in the natural environment of the home. Bresnahan-Halstead Institute ($1,500 over 1 year)

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