Beth Harry, Ph.D., is a special education professor at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida. Beth is a Jamaican native who earned her bachelor's degree from Saint. She graduated from Andrew High School in 1962 and went on to the University of Toronto for her bachelor's and master's degrees, as well as her PhD at Syracuse University. Beth has spent her whole professional life as a teacher, having taught English at the secondary and community college levels, as well as special education at all levels. Beth's current research and teaching focuses on disability, multiculturalism, and family concerns. She spent 12 years in Trinidad, where both of her children, Melanie and Mark Teelucksingh, were born.
- Melanie: Bird With A Broken Wing: A Mother's Story
- Why Are So Many Minority Students In Special Education?: Understanding Race And Disability In Schools
- Case Studies Of Minority Student Placement In Special Education
- Why Are So Many Minority Students In Special Education?: Understanding Race & Disability In Schools
- Building Cultural Reciprocity With Families: