Dr. Janice Wyatt-Ross
Janice Wyatt-Ross has a bachelor's in Special Education from the University of Central Arkansas, a master's in Special Education from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a doctorate in Urban Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati. Her career began as an elementary special education teacher, and she has held such positions as a consulting teacher, compliance specialist, field service assistant professor with the University of Cincinnati, gap reduction specialist, associate principal at Bryan Station High School, administrative dean at Cardinal Valley Elementary, assistant professor at Asbury University, and director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. She is now the program director for the Success Academy in Fayette County Public Schools.
Wyatt-Ross is also a manuscript reviewer for Corwin Press, and she writes for edutopia.com, edweek, and Huffington Post. She has some 30 years of experience in education and considers it an honor and a blessing to teach and serve students and their families.