Department Chair, EDSP, Professor
Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES
Department of Specialized Programs in Professional Psychology
Ph.D., Special Education, Disability and Risk Studies
M.A, School Psychology
M.A & Teaching Credentials, Special Education, General Education
Learning Rights Law Center 2010
Board Member 2017
● Teaching Culturally/Linguistically Diverse Students with Exceptional Needs ● Introduction to the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Student with Exceptional Needs ● Seminar in Instruction & Learning ● Prevention, Intervention and Consultation
The call for dissemination and use of research and evidence-based practices (EBPs) is stronger than ever, yet challenges remain including ensuring that available practices have been empirically tested with students of all disability types and backgrounds. Of particular concern to the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division for Research (CEC-DR) is the absence of research and evidence-based practices that have been validated with children and youth from diverse backgrounds. Unless we can be sure that instructional practices with demonstrated effectiveness for students from diverse backgrounds and abilities are appropriately and rigorously investigated, we cannot be certain that the field is providing the best possible education to a critical and growing segment of our school population...view more
Richards-Tutor, C., Aceves, T. C., & Reutebuch, C. K.
(251-287). Guilford Press.
Aceves, T. C.
Emerald Group Publishingview more
Haager, D., & Aceves, T. C.
John Wiley & Sons Inc.