Member, Board of Directors
Martha “Marty” Hougen, Ph.D., works with the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform Center (CEEDAR Center) at the University of Florida to improve the achievement of students with disabilities. As a general and special education teacher, public school administrator, and university faculty member, she has dedicated her work to improving the achievement of students who struggle with learning. Her recent work has focused on improving preservice educator preparation by providing faculty professional learning and collaborative opportunities. She consults with national organizations, state departments, universities, and school districts regarding teacher education, reading instruction, special education, and the development of higher education faculty collaboratives. In addition to peer-reviewed articles, she has published two textbooks: The Fundamentals of Literacy Assessment and Instruction Pre-K-6 (2012) and The Fundamentals of Literacy Assessment and Instruction 6-12 (2014).