Dr. George A. Giuliani, associate professor of the Hofstra School of Education’s Specialized Programs in Education and chairperson of faculty affairs of the University Senate, has recently co-authored a textbook and a major journal article. He once again partnered with Dr. Roger Pierangelo, professor of Special Education at Long Island University Post, to deliver the fifth edition of Assessment in Special Education: A Practical Approach, and the pair also co-wrote an article for the New York State Bar Association Family Law Review titled “Policy and Practice Considerations in the Legal System for Reducing Stress and Anxiety in the Separation and Divorce Process.”
These publications follow a long list of books and college textbooks Dr. Giuliani has previously written. In addition to writing and teaching, he is a New York State licensed psychologist; certified school psychologist; is board certified in forensic psychology, child and adolescent psychopathology, and special education; and has a private practice that focuses on children with special needs. Dr. Giuliani is executive director of the National Association of Special Education Teachers, executive director of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals and editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals. He has provided numerous workshops and presentations for parents, teachers and other professionals on various special education and psychological topics.
Dr. Giuliani’s teaching and research interests include assessment in special education, teaching students with emotional and behavioral disorders, and legal issues in special education.