Ann Logsdon is a former writer for Verywell Mind, and she is a school psychologist specializing in helping parents and teachers support students with a range of educational and developmental disabilities. Ann has over eighteen years in special education. As a former director of special education for preschool through high school and a school psychologist, Ann has provided diagnostic assessments and assisted with program development for individual students and for school-wide initiatives. She worked as a state-level special education and equity consultant and investigated special education complaints. Currently, Ann is an administrator for disability services at Kentucky State University.
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Ann holds a bachelor's degree in English. She has also earned master's and education specialist degrees in School Psychology from the University of Kentucky. She completed post-graduate courses in special education law, mediation, school administration, and special education financial management. She holds certification as a school psychologist and director of special education.
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