I am an assistant professor of special education, and received my Ph.D. from Louisiana State University. My empirical work is in the area of home-school collaboration and fostering parental participation in the Individual Education Program. Additional interest areas are Special Education Policies and Procedures, Visual Impairments, Assistive Technologies, and Consultation.
Jones, B. A., & Gansle. K.A. (2010). The effects of a mini-conference, socioeconomic status, and parent education on perceived and actual parent participation in individual education program meetings. Research in the Schools, 17. 23-38.
Jones, B. A., & Williams, K. L. (2011). Perceptions of vocational training with elementary special education students: A case study. International Journal of Special Education, 26. 125-135.