Wendy Murawski

Wendy W. Murawski, Ph.D., is one of the nation’s top experts in co-teaching. Her research, publications, and presentations have been used nationally and internationally to help schools become more inclusive through the use of collaborative teaching. A former general and special educator herself, Dr. Murawski is currently the Executive Director and Eisner Endowed Chair of the Center for Teaching & Learning at California State University, Northridge. Dr. Murawski has won national awards for her research and articles on co-teaching, and has written and edited 12 books on best practices in education & co-teaching. She is a frequently requested keynote speaker at events. Her high-energy, humorous presentations present substantive, research-based content in a practical, accessible manner.


Creating Partnerships Between Schools and CLD Families
Soraya Fallah, Bronte Reynolds, Wendy Murawski. © 2023. 25 pages.
Teamwork and partnerships are inextricably related. They are the critical elements necessary for any institution pursuing its vision, achieving its goals, and accomplishing its...
Learning Challenges for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Students With Disabilities
Soraya Fallah, Bronte Reynolds, Wendy Murawski. © 2020. 337 pages.
When children with learning challenges are identified, the educational community in the United States diligently applies a well-established model of remediation that has, for the...