Bill Doolittle

Bill Doolittle

Bill is a well-respected policy advocate. He joins the board with decades of experience as a specialist in the areas of special education; inclusion; restraint and seclusion; education funding; assessment systems including alternate assessment; individualized instruction; school choice; and ESEA IDEA and ADA 504.

Bill is also highly experienced as a board leader. He is currently the Youth and Children Committee Chair for the Governor’s Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizen, Co-chair of Delaware Special Education Parent Council Workgroup, and Co-Chair Delaware Special Education Strategic Plan Advisory Council. Additionally, he is a member of the Delaware Legislative Task Force on the IEP process improvement; Delaware SSIP Advisory Council, ESSA Measures Workgroup; WEIC District/Charter Collaboration Committee; Regulation 925 (IDEA eligibility) and 925 Autism Review Stakeholder Groups; Delaware DPAS Advisory Council;  Delaware Academic Framework Workgroup;Delaware Functional Curriculum Committee; Delaware Autism strategic Plan Workgroup; and the Red Clay School District, Financial Review Committee, Bullying Prevention Committee, and Inclusion committee.

Prior board service includes  Vice Chair and founding member of Family Support and Healthcare Alliance of Delaware; Vice President of Delaware State Parent Advisory Council; and member of Delaware Board of Speech/Language Pathologists, Audiologists and Hearing Aid Dispensers. Additionally, Bill has presented numerous topics for National PTA and is a facilitator for Delaware Aspergers Support and Advocacy Group.

Bill has a background in chemical engineering and currently works in the construction field. He and his wife share to teenage boys. Their eldest son is on the autism spectrum and attends the University of Delaware.

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