Nanette Fritschmann, Ph.D., serves the Center for Research on Learning as a senior research associate. She started her career in special education as a resource specialist teacher supporting student success across multiple academic areas and grade levels. She is committed to assisting students, teachers, and families in advancing their knowledge and practices supporting their advancement in adolescent literacy, effective use of academic interventions, and improving the experiences of students with disabilities while learning. She is particularly interested in the development of adolescents overall reading and inferential comprehension skills of students with mild/moderate disabilities.
In addition, Dr. Fritschmann enjoys working directly with students and teachers in various capacities. She appreciates all opportunities to collaborate, provide professional trainings, and facilitate growth at all levels. Finally, she serves in a leadership role with the Council for Learning Disabilities national board, and on the boards of two schools designed to support the unique strengths and needs of all of its students.
Ph.D. 2006 University of Kansas, Special Education and Research
M.S. 2018 National University, Comparative and Integrative Health
M.S. 1998 California State University Fullerton, Special Education
M.B.A. 1996 Woodbury University, Business Administration
B.S. 1992 Woodbury University, Business Administration