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Sue Argiro

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Sue Argiro is a special educator with over 20 years experience working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities.  She received her master’s degree in special education from the University of Memphis, having begun her teaching career as an elementary school teacher.  Before joining the specialized autism program for Shelby County Schools (Project REACH) in Memphis, TN, she taught special education at the elementary level.

Currently, Argiro works as a student response team consultant providing support for all classroom personnel, related service providers and administrators of children with autism and other related disabilities from pre-school through high school.  In addition, she provides training to parents and provides support to programs conducted in the students’ homes.

She presents annually at national and international special educational conferences throughout the United States.  Argiro is a co-author, with Wendy Ashcroft and Joyce Keohane of two laminated reference guides, Autism Strategies: A-Z (elementary and middle school versions), and Autism & CCSS, published by National Professional Resources, Inc./Dude Publishing.


Our Authors:

A-E F-K L-Q R-Z
Aldrich, Seth Fisher, Douglas Larson, Garth Radziewicz, Christine K.
Argiro, Sue French, Nancy K. Lasater, Mary Reiff, Henry B.
Armstrong, Thomas Frey, Nancy Laurent, Amy Renzulli, Joseph
Ashcroft, Wendy Friedlander, Brian S. Lickona, Thomas Rief, Sandra
Barrett, Angel Friend, Marilyn Lipsky, Dorothy Kerzner Russo, Concetta
Bateman, David Gardner, Howard Lisy-Macan, Lynn Salovey, Peter
Beljung, Jaclyn Gentry, Marcia Little, Mary Sarathy, Padmaja
Berkowitz, Marvin Gerlach, Kent Lopez, Estee Schaffer, Gary
Besko-Maughan, Christine Gibbon, Thomas Lott, Rufus Scully, Jennifer L.
Brackett, Marc A. Glasser, William Love, Nancy Shelton, Claudia Marshall
Broun, Leslie Goleman, Daniel Marotta, Mike Shore, Kenneth
Buehler, Bruce A. Gusman, Jo Martinez, Sylvia Sizer, Ted
Casbarro, Joseph Hamblet, Elizabeth C. Maurer, Marvin Spruill, Tony
Cegelka, Walter Hanson, Helene M. Mayer, John D. Stern, Robin
Chandler-Olcott, Kelly Hayes, Gillian McAvoy, Elizabeth Teele, Sue
Church, Ellen Booth Heilbronner, Nancy McDermott, Carrie Tenaglia, Phil
Cline, Jenifer Heintzman, Lynn Middendorf, Cindy Thousand, Jacqueline
Cohen, Jonathan Hierck, Tom Moll, Anne Tiegerman, Ellenmorris
Darling-Hammond, Linda Hinduja, Sameer Nevin, Ann Villa, Richard
Dean, Stacy Pellechia Hines, Rebecca Norlander, Karen Villani, Susan
Delloso, Angela Hoerr, Thomas Oelwein, Patricia Williams, Jacob
DeRoche, Edward Honigsfeld, Andrea Patchin, Justin Wright, Jim
Dieker, Lisa Hosaflook, Stephen Peek, Fran Wolfe, Pat
Ditrano, Christine Hosp, John Pert, Candace
Dove, Maria Hosp, Michelle Plain, Francesca
Dunkelblau, Ed Iervolino, Constance Pompei, Vincent
Dunne, Kathy Jensen, Eric Poole, Sharon
Eaton, Mary Ann Karten, Toby Prizant, Barry
Elias, Maurice Kemp, Karen A.
Keohane, Joyce
King-Sears, Margaret E.
Kluth, Paula
Kohn, Alfie
Kolb Quinn, AnneMarie
Kolwicz, Kenneth
Kremenitzer, Janet Pickard


About National Professional Resources, Inc.

National Professional Resources (NPR, Inc.) has been a leader in the field of education publishing since 1968. Founded and operated by educators with a deep commitment to the success of all learners, our mission is to provide teachers, administrators, and other school staff with quality tools and resources that will better enable them to help every student achieve success. To this end, we publish books, quick-reference laminated guides, and produce videos by leading voices in the field of education. We also carry thousands of the most in-demand educational resources from other leading publishers and producers, including material for parents and students.

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