Dan Farley, Courtesy Research Assistant
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Dan Farley is the Project Manager for the Oregon Extended Assessments. Prior to joining BRT, he worked as a state and school administrator, educational diagnostician, and classroom teacher. His areas of expertise include alternate assessments based on alternate achievement standards, accommodations, response to intervention, and evaluation related to IDEA eligibility.
Dan's primary research interests are:
1. Modeling academic growth for students with disabilities,
2. Large-scale special education assessment, and
3. Respectful accountability systems.
PhD Candidate, Educational Methodology, Leadership, and Policy, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. (Spring 2017)
M.A., Secondary Education, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. 1997.
B.A., Liberal Arts, St. John's College, Annapolis, MD. 1994.
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