GLRS staff is specialized in providing professional learning, technical assistance and coaching for school systems on a variety of topics related to students with disabilities including:
Provide Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) support to school systems
Assist Focus Schools with CCRPI
Facilitate math and reading projects
Implement/support drop-out prevention initiatives
Support transition planning and services
Develop other specialties based on student needs related to the CCRPI and SPP/APR
Kimberly Bennett is the Director of Coastal GLRS. She obtained her degrees from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee and Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia. She holds a Bachelor's degree in special education and a Master's degree in special education with an emphasis on behavior and autism. Mrs. Bennett has over 13 years of experience working in the field of special education both as a teacher and coach for specially designed instruction. She served in her district as a RTI Coordinator, PBIS Coordinator, 21st Century Coordinator, 504 Coordinator, Summer School Administrator, and Academic Specialist.
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Special Education Research Consultant
Mrs. Lindsay Lee is the special education research consultant for Coastal GLRS. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in special education from Georgia Southern University with a concentration in reading. She was a student intern for CAGLRS during her time at GS. Lindsay has been with Coastal full-time for the past four years supporting local districts in several regional and state priorities. She has a heart for helping students and teachers in special education find their sense of belonging at school.
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