Dawn Miller is a recognized leader in the work associated with MTSS. Dawn currently serves as an Associate Director for the SWIFT Education Center at the University of Kansas. Her leadership has been utilized across state, district, and building arenas with a focus on supporting the design, implementation, and evaluation of MTSS to support all learners. In her work, Dawn shares a deep commitment to the focus on developing one system to support all learners. She works with teams to make decisions regarding evidence-based practices and how to create supporting hosts environments for those practices to be differentiated to support all learners. She has a deep respect for, and commitment to, supporting educators and the systems in which they work to accomplish meaningful outcomes.
Dawn has applied her skills to work as a special education teacher, a school psychologist, adjunct faculty member in administrative programs at Benedictine College and special education at the University of Kansas, and district and building consultant/trainer. She has authored or coauthored published work related to district implementation of MTSS, the problem-solving process, assessing written language, and family communication and involvement.
- Data-based decision making
- Special education
- PhD in School Psychology from the University of Oregon
- BA in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado
- BA in Special Education from the University of Northern Colorado