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Mary C. Schuh, Ph.D.

Mary C. Schuh, Ph.D. Biography: Dr. Schuh is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at UNH. She received her master's degree in special education from Syracuse University and her doctoral degree in education from UNH. She has been with the Institute on Disability at UNH since its inception in 1987 and is the Project Investigator on numerous projects related to family and consumer leadership development and educational systems change activities in the areas of preschool, students with emotional and behavioral disabilities, higher education, and students with complex medical issues. Dr. Schuh has more than 20 years of experience in inclusive schools and communities and project management. She is working on systems change in the areas of personnel preparation, leadership development, assistive technology, and inclusive education. In addition, she teaches a course titled Introduction to Exceptionality at UNH. Dt. Schuh is the author and co-author of numerous chapters and publications related to inclusive communities and serves on the Boards of Directors of several nonprofit organizations including the Disability Rights Center. Dr. Schuh is a founding board member of the Alliance for Community Supports, an organization devoted to serving the needs of young people with emotional and/or behavioral issues through a process of wrap-around support and self-directed futures planning.She travels extensively nationally and internationally, providing technical assistance and learning from others about promoting social justice and full community participation for individuals with disabilities and their families.

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  • Quick-Guides to Inclusion

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-897-4

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    The bestselling, teacher–trusted Quick–Guides to Inclusion gives busy K—12 educators quick, real–world inclusion advice that really works—in any classroom and with any budget. Includes easily implemented tips, examples, and ideas for addressing essential inclusion topics, such as literacy, partnerships with parents, positive behavior support, and curriculum adaptations.

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