Mary Beth has been in the field of special education since 1990 serving in a variety of roles in public schools as well as in day treatment settings. Mary Beth’s most recent position was teaching graduate students at the University of Minnesota in the Special Education Department. She holds a Masters of Arts in Education from Bethel College and holds K-12 licenses in three categories: Specific Learning Disabilities, Mild to Moderate Mentally Handicapped, and Emotional & Behavioral Disorders. She currently works for a non-profit called Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of Minnesota serving as the assessment supervior and program developer. Her areas of interest include: special education law, due process & assessment, restraints & seclusion, culturally responsive teaching, and behavior management.
M.A. in Special Education, Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1997
B.S. in Special Education, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 1990