Since 1999, Beth has worked in a variety of roles within the educational arena. During this time, her passion for ensuring that all children have access to educational environments that meet their unique learning needs has gained a greater depth. Beth has her Masters in Teaching from Johns Hopkins University and is a certified special educator in the state of Maryland. Additionally, she has experience as a school administrator where she facilitated the academic support services for a charter school. Beth also has leadership experience from her roles as a district level administrator in Maryland and lead project manager consultant.
Beth has held a variety of leadership roles within her community in which she has worked towards ensuring that children have the academic support services that they need. She has served as the Anne Arundel County School System Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) for the Severna Park Cluster, she has also trained as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), and was on the school board of her children's school.
Formally, Beth had completed training with the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) through their Advocacy 201 program. She has also completed training through Wrights Law, The Arc@School's Advocacy Curriculum, and is a Master IEP Coach®.
Over her lifetime, she has worked within a variety of settings always looking to ensure that a collaborative approach was taken to meet a shared vision. Beth uses this approach in her work with Education Team Allies to ensure that children are receiving the educational supports necessary to meet their goals.
In addition to being an ally for children of all abilities, she is a wife to her supportive husband, Ryan, and the mother of two great kids.
We understand that each student's situation and needs are unique to them and that no two students are alike! Tell us more about how we can help you create a meaningful educational plan for your child. We view our services as an investment in your child's education and future.
Severna Park, Maryland, United States
Beth Nolan is not an attorney or legal expert. Education Team Allies does not, under any circumstances, offer legal advice. Furthermore, Education Team Allies does not educate on how to file state complaints or due process. A working relationship with Education Team Allies will focus solely on strategies to support families through the IEP (or 504) process who are NOT in critical situations. We serve families across the state of Maryland as well as other areas of the country where our services are needed.
Working with Education Team Allies is specifically designed to support families who need to learn how to become an equal member of their child's educational team through positive interactions, creating appropriate paper trails, and knowing what questions to ask to get the results their child needs. Our focus is on collaborative efforts to help students achieve.