Hilary Jackson holds a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Dominican College of San Rafael. She has a Multiple Subject teaching credential in regular education, as well as Learning Handicapped and Severely Handicapped credentials. She obtained a BA in Psychology, also from Dominican College. Mrs. Jackson has a Resource Specialist certificate and is CLADD certified. She has taught in both the non-public and public sectors, working with a range of students from emotionally disturbed to Autism. She has been an educator for over 27 years with broad experience in educational assessment including expertise in special needs assessment. She began the first Learning Center in the Jefferson District. This class combined Resource students who were in and out of the class with all day students. Mrs. Jackson has led several in-service trainings for teachers on topics from setting up a successful classroom to behavior management. Mrs. Jackson is well versed in IEP development and parent advocacy.