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Martha Klemm

Research Study Coordinator

B.A., Sociology, Bates College

Martha Klemm is a Research Study Coordinator at the Institute for Community Inclusion. She is involved with many research and evaluation projects at the ICI. She serves as a study coordinator to the research team, working predominantly on research projects that are part of two national centers housed at the ICI: the Vocational Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (VR-RRTC) and the Rehabilitation and Technical Assistance Center (RTAC) on Vocational Rehabilitation. Martha also serves as the primary evaluator for the Massachusetts Focus Academy project. She holds a bachelor's degree in Sociology from Bates College, and is currently enrolled in the MA program in Applied Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Select outside publications by Martha Klemm

Boeltzig, H., Klemm, M., Fleming, A., Cully, J., Infante, P., Lewandowski, K., Gottshall, C., Szenamici, K., Luse, M.M., & Mullins, T. (2010). A Selected Look at the Literature Base on Vocational Rehabilitation and Implications for Future Research. Report for the U.S. Department of Education, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (U.S. DOE/NIDRR).

Boeltzig, H., Kusminsky, M.N., Foley, S.M., & Klemm, M. (2010). Evaluation of the Parent-Professional Leadership in Education (APPLE) Project: Final Report. Evaluation Report for the Federation for Children with Special Needs, Boston, MA.

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