Wilson, Michael G. (mgw2121)Skip to content Skip to main navigation
Director, Teachers College School to Prison Pipeline Project
Curriculum & Teaching
Ph.D., University of Maryland at College Park
The organization of schooling through exclusion and the intersections among youth, race, disability and criminalization.
Wilson, M.G. (2013). Disrupting
the pipeline: The role of school leadership in mitigating exclusion and criminalization of students. Journal of Special Education Leadership, 26(2), 61-70.
Krezmien, M.P., Mulcahy, C.A., Pierce, M., Travers, J., Wilson, M., & Wells, C. (2013). Reading performance of incarcerated youth: Understanding and responding to a unique population of readers. Journal of Special Education Leadership, 26(2), 71-81.
Leone, P., Wilson, M., & Mulcahy, C. (2010). Making it count: Strategies for improving mathematics instruction for students in short-term facilities. Washington, DC: National Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or at Risk (NDTAC).
Wilson, M.G., Hoffman, A.V., & McLaughlin, M.J. (2009). Preparing youth with disabilities for college: How research can inform transition policy. Focus on Exceptional Children, 41(7), 1-11.