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Jill Howard Allor, Ed.D.

Jill Howard Allor, an educational researcher and former classroom teacher, received her Ed.D. in special education, with an emphasis in reading development, from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University in 1996. Two years later, she joined the faculty of Louisiana State University in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Her work there focuses on special education and early literacy. She has also served as a research associate and adjunct professor at Florida State University, where she coordinated large-scale classroom-based reading intervention research. Allor has conducted research funded through the U.S. Office of Education on early intervention and the role of phonological processing in reading acquisition. She has provided teacher/staff development on various topics, including peer tutoring, early literacy development, phonemic awareness instruction, literacy assessment, and other literacy instructional techniques.

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