Ken Kosko is an Associate Professor at the Teaching Research Institute at Western Oregon University (WOU) and director of the Education Evaluation Center (EEC). He holds endorsements and authorizations in School Psychology, Elementary Education, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Special Educator, Reading and Supervision. Since coming to WOU in 1974, he has taught many of the special education courses and worked directly with disability services. Ken has traveled throughout Oregon offering training to educators, and state agency staff, including professors at the major universities regarding issues of accommodations/modifications for ADHD and Learning Disabled students. Ken is the parent of an adult child diagnosed with ADHD and LD. As director of the EEC Ken oversees center operations which include psycho-educational assessments, multicultural assessments, consultations, and vocational functional assessments for adults and students transitioning into postsecondary education and/or work. Ken and his staff work with college students from all the major universities, community colleges and private colleges in the state assisting them by diagnosing learning problems, determining eligibility, and providing recommendations/accommodations. Ken is a member of the Oregon State Department of Education (Special Education) Transition Advisory Committee.
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