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Dr. Bea Staley is an Associate Professor in Speech Pathology in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Bea’s teaching and research interests relate to language development, early literacy, culturally appropriate practice, early intervention, equitable service provision, diversity and difference. Bea holds a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Iowa, and a PhD in Multicultural Equity Studies in Education from The Ohio State University. Bea’s research examines children’s development in context of their families, schools and communities. Bea’s research uses qualitative methodologies, such as narrative inquiry, to explicate the more nuanced features of lived experiences. Current projects include: The Grammar Assessment Test for English (GATE) primary school project; The Rural Oral Language & Literacy (ROLL) Project; and Caregiver perspectives, a longitudinal study about the experiences of families with children with disabilities and their interactions with health and school systems. 


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