Douglas Little brings a professional lifetime of experience in special education to Key2Ed, Inc. After beginning his career as a teacher and principal in Tennessee, he has since served at the local, state, federal and higher education levels of public education. His experience in federal, state and local educational administration is as extensive as his experience in the interpretation and application of federal and state statutes, rules and regulations.
In 1998, Doug co-founded JDL Associates with Joyce Little, and they developed training in IEP Facilitation.
Douglas co-founded Key2Ed in 2004 to continue the work started by JDL Associates to provide educational consulting services to school districts, state departments of education, and other educational agencies and entities serving students K – 12th grade around special education issues, with concentration on conflict prevention and dispute resolution. The Key2Ed staff members have extensive training, knowledge, and expertise coming from their years on the job and field educational experiences throughout the country, including work with charter schools. As of today, over 1,000 workshops have been held and 18,000 individuals have been trained using their Program to reduce conflict and to provide an IEP collaborative meeting atmosphere.
BS – Political Science
M.Ed - Administration
Certified as a Facilitator and as a trainer of IEP Facilitation