Dr. Wiley is an associate professor of special education at Kent State University. He received his doctorate in special education from the University of Virginia. For over 15 years, Dr. Wiley has provided technical assistance and training related to evidence-based special education practices, multi-tiered systems of support, and models for effective problem solving. Dr. Wiley’s research focuses primarily on controversial issues in special education; special education policy; supporting teacher use of highly effective, research-based academic and behavioral interventions; disproportionate identification of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education; and the under-identification and under-service of students with emotional and behavioral disorders.
Ph.D., Special Education, University of Virginia, M.A.T, Special Education, University of Virginia, B.A., English and Religious Studies, University of Virginia
How contextual factors relate to the provision of special education to children and youth with emotional and behavioral disorders, incidence disabilities, learning disabilities, emotional disorders, intellectual disability, high-functioning autism, equitable access, special education services, Teacher Training, intensive intervention, research-to-practice gap
Quantitative, Multiple Regression, ANOVA, MANOVA, Other Multivariate Analyses non-Parametric