Peter Bittel: Educational Entrepreneurship
October 11, 2015

Leadership Challenges for Superintendents

Transforming Special Education in a Challenging Fiscal Environment Presence Learning Webinar
May 9, 2013

Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents

April 1, 2013

Transforming Special Education Interview
March 1, 2013

Seeking Savings in Special Education

District Administrator
January 1, 2012

Get in the Conversation

School Business Affairs
October 1, 2011

Mass For-Profit Helps Schools Trim Costs

Education Week
May 25, 2011

Outsourcing Special Education Services

October 1, 2009

Arizona Association of School Psychologists (AASP) Annual Conference

Stop by our exhibit booth at the AASP Annual Conference
November 2 & November 3, 2017 ~ Springhill Suites Phoenix North

Rush University Health Professionals Job Fair

Rush University, Chicago, IL
July 20, 2017


Promoting Public-Private Partnerships for the 21st Century
Co-editors: Dr. Peter J. Bittel and Dr. Nicholas D. Young
Publisher: Rowman and Littlefield (2015)
ISBN 978-1-4758-0837-7 ISBN 978-1-4758-0840-7
Available on:
April 14, 2015
“In an effort to meet the demands of tighter budgets and declining enrollments, school districts are reaching out to the public and private sectors to develop new and creative ways to expand funding resources. Educational Entrepreneurship provides districts and their leadership with a wealth of information to develop partnerships that expand opportunities for staff and students.”
Dr. Judith Klimkiewicz, superintendent, Nashoba Valley Technical School District, Westford, MA

Transforming Special Education Practices: A Primer for School Administrators and Policy Makers

Co-editors: Dr. Peter Bittel and Dr. Nicholas Young
Publisher: R&L Education (November 2, 2012)
ISBN-10: 1610488555 ISBN-13: 978-1610488556
Available on:
November 2, 2012
“Transforming Special Education Practices is a fascinating peek behind the curtain of the impact of NCLB and IDEA and the critical decisions needed to improve the outcomes of a $100 billion special education system.” 
Ralph Kinney, CEO, North Woodward Community Foundation-Wolverine Campus Project