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Margaret Sullivan

Director, SPDG (State Personnel Dev. Grant)
Phone: (239) 590-7748
E-Mail: msulliva@fgcu.edu
Office: MH - #224G


Ms. Peg Sullivan, M.Ed. is the Director of Working with the Experts (WWE) for Occupational and Physical Therapists and the Director of Florida’s State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG). Her major duties and responsibilities include providing direction, implementation oversight, fiscal management, and program evaluation for these grant funded programs.

The WWE program provides high quality professional development for occupational therapists and physical therapists, who provide services to students with disabilities in Florida’s public schools. For additional information about this program please visit the website at: http://www.flwwe.net/.

The SPDG is a five-year initiative to support increased graduation rates for students with disabilities via the use of two evidenced practices: Check and Connect and the Strategic Instruction Model™. Working across 15 schools districts statewide to provide professional development, ongoing coaching, technical assistance, and fiscal supports in middle/high school feeder patterns, the project seeks to increase capacity for schools and districts to support graduation, increased proficiency, and decreased dropout rates. This grant works in close partnership with numerous organizations. For more information about the Check and Connect work please click here. For additional information about SIM in Florida please visit https://www2.nefec.org/fdlrs/sim/    

 For more information, please review Ms. Sullivan’s curriculum vita.

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