Dr. Susan Watts-Taffe holds a B.S. in Exceptional and Elementary Education from the State University College of New York at Buffalo and an Ed.M. and Ph.D. in Reading Education from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She has experience as a special education teacher and a reading diagnostician. She has written numerous articles for journals such as The Reading Teacher, Language Arts, Journal of Literacy Research, and Reading Research Quarterly and is the co-author of two books. Her research is characterized by long-term collaborations with teachers and administrators to aid struggling readers in urban schools.
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