Title: Instructional Advisor
Company: Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12
Location: Littlestown, Pennsylvania, United States
Jacqueline Murren, Instructional Advisor at Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in special education.
After obtaining a Master of Science from Georgetown University in 1972, Dr. Murren continued her education with a Master of Education from McDaniel College in 1975. She concluded her studies with a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Maryland in 1984.
Dr. Murren has excelled as an educator for over 30 years, having served as a preschool teacher for children with disabilities, a learning disability resource room teacher and an educator in reading instruction for graduate classes with the Pennsylvania State University, Wilson College and Immaculata College. She has also found success as an instructional advisor and supervisor of preschool program and occupational and physical therapy with Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 in New Oxford, a provider of cost-effective, instructional, and operational services to school districts, charter schools, and nonpublic and private schools.
Dr. Murren has been associated with the Council for Exceptional Children, the International Reading Association, Littlestown Elementary Library and the Thunderbolt Education Foundation. She also received a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Honored as the Special Education Teacher of the Year by the Council for Exceptional Children Susquehanna Chapter, she was selected for inclusion in Who’s Who of Professional Women and celebrated by Marquis Who’s Who as Distinguished Worldwide Humanitarian and a Featured Member in Marquis Millennium Magazine.
Dr. Murren attributes her success to her mother’s influence. She was the chairperson of the department of social studies in their school district for several years and encouraged her to go into education and accrue as much education as she could. She considers her career highlight being recognized as the Special Education Teacher of the Year for the Susquehanna chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children.
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