- Associate Professor
- Department of Educational Psychology
- College of Education and Human Development
Dr. Amanda Sullivan’s work focuses on identifying education and health disparities among minority children, as well as understanding the equity and effectiveness of the educational and health services they receive. Her research goals are to shed a light on disparities in the educational treatment and outcomes of students at-risk for and with disabilities. Additionally, she seeks to identify malleable factors in order to help inform and shape policy while better supporting student needs. Amanda serves on several professional organizations, including the Council of Directors of School Psychology Programs, and journal editorial boards, including Journal of School Psychology, School Psychology Review and the Elementary School Journal.
Articles by Amanda Sullivan, Ph.D.
Continued efforts to improve educational equity in our school systems has led to taking a careful and measured look at special education disparities. When I did fieldwork at a school […]