Betsy Frisch

Betsy Frisch

Implementation Manager

 "Education is a companion which no misfortune can depress, no crime can destroy, no enemy can alienate, no despotism can enslave. At home, a friend, abroad, an introduction, in solitude a solace and in society an ornament. It chastens vice, it guides virtue, it gives at once grace and government to genius."

- Joseph Addison

B.A in Fine Art and Art Education, School of the Art Institute in Chicago
B.S. in Special Education Emotional Disturbance, University of Wisconsin, Madison
M.S. in Special Education Learning Disabilities, University of Wisconsin, Madison 
Years of DI Experience:

Betsy Frisch is a very experienced, long-time DI trainer and Special Education instructor. She has over 25 years of experience in special education classrooms utilizing such DI programs as Reading Mastery, Corrective Reading Decoding/Comprehension, Spelling Mastery, and Corrective Math. She also has over ten years of experience supporting NIFDI implementations with schools in Wisconsin and the surrounding areas.

Betsy has an extensive education background, having spent over thirty years in the field. Some of her positions include serving as the Youth Program Director at Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center in Madison, Wisconsin (1985-89), a Learning Disabilities Instructor at Roosevelt Middle School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1991-96), a Special Education Teacher for grades 1-8 at Central City Cyberschool (2012-15), and, most recently, an Implementation Manager for Australian Northern Territory Schools (2015-17). Starting in September 2017, she will be a middle school Special Education Teacher for Milwaukee Public Schools. She was also a self-employed Special Education Trainer and Coach in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota from 1997-2009.

She has a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Fine Art and Art Education from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois, as well as a Bachelor’s of Science in Special Education Emotional Disturbance and a Master’s in Special Education Learning Disabilities from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin.

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