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Danielle M. Frith

Specialist Professor

Special Education
McAllan Hall 229

Danielle M. Frith

Professor Frith is an alumni of Monmouth University, where she majored in special education and minored in psychology. Upon graduating she was a special education teacher for five years. She obtained her Master’s Degree in special education and is a certified Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant. In addition to working for nine years as an LDT-C in the public school sector she has served in the role of adjunct professor at other universities in New Jersey, and continues to conduct educational evaluations and provide special education advocacy services as a private contractor.

Professor Frith is working towards attaining her PhD in special education from Temple University and recently completed a LEND Fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Professor Frith’s research interests include dyslexia, assessment, science of reading, teacher preparation and learning disabilities. She is a Council for Learning Disabilities (CLD) Leadership Academy cohort participant. She could not be prouder to teach and work alongside undergraduate and graduate students of Monmouth University.