Janet K. Holt Executive Director (Ret.) Illinois Educational Research Council
Holt's contributions to educational research are in the areas of growth modeling of educational data, persistence of women and minorities into STEM fields, adult literacy reading practices, reading comprehension in college students, growth of early reading fluency, multivariate methods, and other areas. Holt formerly served as the Methodology Strand Chair for CISLL.
Susan R. Goldman Professor of Psychology and Educational Psychology University of Illinois, Chicago
Goldman’s current research activities focus on the psychological processes involved in how people understand and learn from text, discourse, multimedia, and conversation as well as new assessment models that can inform decision-making during learning and instruction processes.
Pamela Hadley Associate Professor of Speech and Hearing Science University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Hadley's research focuses upon early grammatical development in children developing typically and those at-risk for specific language impairment.
Matthew Rispoli Visiting Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Science University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Rispoli is a developmental psycholinguist specializing in early grammatical development and the early development of sentence production.