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Frances A. Loughney




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Courses taught:

Characteristics of Students With Mild Disabilities SPED-100
Diagnostic Evaluation/Prescriptive Teaching-Phase II SPED-352
Behavior and Classroom Management SPED-367
Behavior Management Approaches SPED-539
Professional Contribution SPED-555
Frances A. Loughney, M.S., instructor of education, earned a special education administration and supervision certification, a master of science degree in special education, an elementary education certification (K-6), and a bachelor of arts degree in special education, all from Marywood University. On the university level, she has taught at the University of Scranton, Wilkes University, and Marywood. Ms. Loughney held several special education positions in the Dunmore School District for many years prior to her retirement, initially serving as a learning support teacher and transition coordinator and eventually becoming the district’s special education director. Ms. Loughney also has served the director for transition for NortheastCenter for Independent Living.