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Stephanie Karis Downey Toledo

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Stephanie Downey Toledo, a special educator, bilingual speech and language pathologist, graduate level instructor, most recently was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for the Division of Students with Disabilities & English Language Leaders at the New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE). Toledo led implementation of New York City's reform to special education across all 1,700 schools on behalf of 200,000 students with disabilities. In addition to her work at the NYC DOE, she taught graduate courses on serving school-age students with disabilities with a focus on bilingual issues at Teachers College, Columbia University. Toldeo has a B.A. in Psychology from George Washington University, a Master's in Special Education from Loyola Marymount, and a Master's in Speech Language Pathology from Teacher's College at Columbia University.

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