Lyttle, C., & Betts, K, (Eds.). (2020). Research to practice: Urban special education leaders for tomorrow (1 st ed.). School of Education, Drexel University.
Dr. Lyttle is a Clinical Professor at Drexel University, having created the Collaborative Special Education Law and Process Post Baccalaureate Certificate and Masters Concentration, including, but not limited to Special Education Advocacy and Early Special Education Dispute Resolution Skills Training; while serving as a PA Special Education Mediator, IEP/IFSP Facilitator and Resolution Meeting Facilitator. Constance has been actively involved in all areas of special education, serving as a tenured Associate Professor of Special Education at Duquesne University; a school district attorney (associate in the law firm of Kirkpatrick & Lockhart); a special education parent attorney in private practice, a PA Special Education Hearing Officer and PA Special Education Appeals Panel Officer. Almost ten years ago, Dr. Lyttle founded the consulting practice, Special Education Law Solutions, www.SpedLawSolutions.com), through which she assists school districts and families of children with disabilities resolve disputes collaboratively.
Dr Lyttle lives in Northeastern Pennsylvania, in the Moosic Mountains, between the Catskills and Poconos, where she, her husband, son, Old English Sheep Dog and frequent weekend guests enjoy sailing, swimming, golfing, hiking, skiing, kayaking and river rafting down the Delaware.