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Dr. Kerri Olore

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Assistant Professor of Special Education
Hart Hall, Room 224
Dr. Olore brings practical experience to her role in teaching the next generation of educators. Her career in education includes fifteen years as a special education classroom teacher working with students in preschool through grade eight. In addition, she spent five years working at the May Center School for Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral Disorders. Dr. Olore received her Master’s degree in literacy instruction and went on to become certified in Orton-Gillingham. In addition, she has spent the past eight years specializing in math intervention at the middle school level. Dr. Olore’s time working in inclusive classrooms led to her doctoral research which focused on the collaboration between general and special education teachers. She will be teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in special education focusing on the relationship between pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment.