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CSD Faculty Member Reappointed to State Advisory Panel

CSD Faculty Member Reappointed to State Advisory Panel

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Leisa Hutchison, M.S. CCC/SLP, Clinical Assistant Professor in WKU’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, has been reappointed by Gov. Steve Beshear to the State Advisory Panel for Exceptional Children.

This is Hutchison’s second three-year term representing parents of individuals with special needs. This panel, which is comprised of multiple state agency representatives, local and regional educators and special educators, superintendents, parents, government officials, university personnel, and individuals with disabilities, is mandated by the federal government to advise and assist the state Department of Education in policy development and implementation for students ages three through 21 who have disabilities and receive special education and/or related services.

Contact: Lauren Bland, (270) 745-8860.

Leisa Hutchison

Ms. Leisa Hutchison

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