Wilmington College of Ohio
United States of America
Jane Bogan earned her Bachelors of Science in Education at Bowling Green State University, majoring in Elementary Education, Specific Learning Disabilities, and Developmental Handicaps. She taught students with mild/moderate exceptionalities for 7 years in two different school districts. During that time, she earned a Masters’ of Education from the University of Virginia. Following her 7th year of K-12 teaching, Jane moved to Charlottesville, Virginia to attend the University of Virginia full-time to work on her doctorate program. During her 3 years in Charlottesville, Jane supervised student teachers, was assistant co-editor of a journal, and taught the assessment class for special education majors. After graduation, Jane took a job as an assistant professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. During her time there, she was able to co-author a textbook on assessment in special education as well as several articles. After spending 6 years there, she moved to West Virginia and spent two years at Marshall University. In 2016, Jane moved to Wilmington, Ohio to begin a position as an associate professor in education
research interests include data-based decision-making in K-12 schools and the implementation of evidence-based practices in reading and math for students with exceptional learning needs.
1) Wiley AL, Brigham FJ, Kauffman JM, Bogan JE. disproportionate poverty, conservatism, and the disproportionate identification of minority students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Education and Treatment of Children. 2013 Nov;36(4):29-50.