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Jared Stewart-Ginsburg

Assistant Teaching Professor of Special Education


Program Coordinator, Special Education

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Dr. Stewart-Ginsburg is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, where he teaches courses in the Special Education program. He served as a classroom teacher and family resource coordinator before completing his doctorate in Special Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is passionate about sharing effective strategies to prepare, support, and empower a diverse, equitable, resilient special education teacher workforce through teaching and research. Dr. Stewart-Ginsburg is Assistant Director with the FACES Parent Advocacy Program and a Co-Principal Investigator with the Wellness and Educational Equity in Rural Communities (WERC) Hub. He explores methods for equipping community organizations to support children, youth, and adults with disabilities.

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Ph.D. Special Education University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Graduate Certificate Early Childhood Mental Health University of North Carolina at Charlotte

M.Ed. Child and Family Studies University of North Carolina at Charlotte

B.S. Family, Youth, and Community Sciences University of Florida

Area(s) of Expertise

Teacher Preparation, Special Education, Rural Education, Community Partnerships, Autism, Religious Congregations, Secondary Transition


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