Jonathan Dyson, M.Ed.

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities
Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
 
Phone: 401-456-8072
Email: jdyson@ric.edu
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Last Updated: September 08, 2008

 

Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Coordinator, State Improvement Grant

Vita/Bio

 

JONATHAN M. DYSON

Professional Experience

 

2002 - Present       Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities

                                 Rhode Island College, Providence RI

                                 Project Coordinator, Rhode Island State Improvement Grant

 

1990 - 2002           Cumberland School Department

                                 Cumberland, RI

                                 Administrative Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

 

1985 - 1990           Cumberland School Department

                                 Cumberland, RI

                                 Director of Special Services

 

1983 - 1985           Teledyne Economic Development Company

                                 Grafton Job Corps Center, Grafton, MA

                                 Deputy Director of Programs

 

1981 - 1983           Teledyne Economic Development Company

                                 Gainesville Job Corps Center, Gainesville, FL

                                 Director of Education/Vocational Training

 

1979 - 1981           Teledyne Economic Development Company

                                 Gainesville Job Corps Center, Gainesville, FL

                                 Supervisor of Basic Education

 

1976 - 1981           A. Quinn Jones Center for Exceptional Child Education

                                 Gainesville School Department, Gainesville, FL

                                 Department Chair and teacher for Middle and High School

 

Education

            B.A.,            Florida Southern College, 1971

            Major:         Psychology/Sociology/Education

 

            M.Ed.,          University of Florida, 1974

            Major:          Emotionally Handicapped Education