Jason Naranjo, Ph.D.
Department of Special Education, College of Education, SDSU
5500 Campanile Dr. San Diego, CA 92182-1170
Office Location: North Education tba
Office phone: (619) 594-tba
Dr. Jason M. Naranjo's teaching and research are focused on understanding the factors that contribute to the positive academic and social development of children and youth with disabilities. He is particularly interested in integrative approaches to evaluation and service delivery for individuals with high-incidence disabilities. His work is especially concerned with the promotion of inclusion and the development of educational and economic opportunity for those who live in poverty.
Prior to coming to San Diego State University, Dr. Naranjo worked in Oregon's public schools as both a special and a general education teacher. His scholarship and teaching continue to be connected to the work of teachers and school leaders. Currently, Dr. Naranjo has a number of research and professional development and preparation projects in schools that focus on effective approaches for supporting the school-to-community transition of youth with disabilities.
Ph.D. Special Education and Clinical Sciences, University of Oregon
M.S. Special Education, University of Oregon
M.Ed. Educational Leadership, University of Oregon
B.S. Political Science, University of Oregon
Murray, C. & Naranjo, J. M. (2008). Poor, black, LD, and graduating: A qualitative investigation of factors and processes associated with school completion among high-risk urban youth . Remedial and Special Education , 29 (3), 145- 160.
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