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Dr. Witte has taught at Miami University for the last 20 years. He has authored Classroom Assessment for Teachers in 2012 (McGraw-Hill) and is the co-editor of Mental Health Practice in Today's Schools: Current Issues and Interventions, which will be available in January of 2015 (Springer). He has also authored over 30 journal articles and book chapters in the areas of cultural competency, diversity awareness, and postsecondary transition services for students with special learning needs. He is a licensed school psychologist and consults with school districts on issues related to special education accountability, assessment and mental health.
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