Elizabeth Bettini is an Assistant Professor in the Special Education program in the School of Education. She previously taught students with EBD in self-contained and inclusive settings in Arizona and Connecticut. Her research examines how working conditions influence special educators’ efforts to effectively serve students with disabilities, especially students with emotional and behavioral disabilities (EBD). Currently, she is working on several research projects investigating the consequences and predictors of novice special educators’ perceptions that their workloads are manageable.
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