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Kyle Reardon is a Research Associate in the Secondary Special Education and Transition research unit in the College of Education and the Practicum Coordinator for the SPED K-12 licensure program. His research is broadly focused on secondary transitions and postsecondary preparedness for individuals with disabilities. Prior to earning his doctoral degree at the UO, Kyle served in a number of capacities within the field including behavior interventionist, customized employment coordinator, high school SPED teacher, and as the Executive Director of a residential college support program for students with disabilities. Kyle currently serves as an advisor for the Disability Studies minor and as the President of the Board of Directors for FACT Oregon, a non-profit organization that supports Oregon families experiencing disability. Kyle is the project coordinator for several federally funded research projects focused on improving outcomes for students with disabilities involved in juvenile justice.