Dr. James M. Cressey

Dr. Cressey is an Associate Professor of Education at Framingham State University. Dr. Cressey has worked closely with students, families, and educators as a direct care provider, special education teacher, psychologist, and consultant since 1999. He has experience in diverse urban and suburban communities, as well as rural communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Dr. Cressey’s teaching and research are informed by social-emotional learning (SEL), positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS), and universal design for learning (UDL) theories. Dr. Cressey also approaches education through a lens of sociocultural theory and culturally responsive practices. His work focuses on prevention, intervention, and inclusion practices for students with and without disabilities. 

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Dr. Cressey's fall schedule. For accessible version, please visit Google Doc link.
James Cressey
Education Department
O'Connor Hall 138
Framingham State University
100 State St., Framingham, MA 01701
Office: 508-626-4928
Email: jcressey (at) framingham.edu