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Laura Rogers is a licensed psychologist and a licensed school psychologist. Laura served as the school psychologist and special education administrator in the Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School, a school she helped to found. She also helped to develop the New Teacher Collaborative, a site-based teacher preparation program in the Theodore R. Sizer Teachers Center. Laura brings a deep commitment to understanding the developmental pathways of child and adolescent experiences to her work. She is particularly interested in helping teachers and others stay attuned to how children and adolescents experience instructional practices. Prior to her work in the Parker Charter School, Laura worked as a clinician in a variety of settings in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Kathmandu, Nepal, including in private practice, prisons, a health clinic, and a child guidance clinic. She teaches courses in adolescent development, serving children with special needs, assessment, and school-based consultation.
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