BS, Psychology, Fitchburg State College MS, Education, Indiana University
Nancy Hurley has been working with individuals with disabilities in school, community, and residential settings for more than 25 years. Nancy is currently coordinating the Transition Planning series of graduate-level online courses offered through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's Massachusetts Focus Academy. She also works with a community college and Local School Agency partnership to provide high school students receiving services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act with college experiences. Nancy has developed and taught graduate-level college courses in transition planning and trainings in curriculum adaptation, differentiated instruction, alternate assessment, teacher assistant development, person-centered planning, and resource mapping. She has also worked as an adjunct professor at Fitchburg State College, where she taught curriculum development and assessment.
- Email: Nancy.Hurley@umb.edu
- Phone: (617) 287-4310