is currently a part of a research group at the University of Kansas
in the department of Human Development and Family Life. That interest
is in the area of program survival and is the focus of Davids
current research examining the implementation and survivability
of a data collection system employed in public schools. Previously,
David was the Project Coordinator for Achievement Place Research
Project at the University of Kansas for five years. David has
conducted research in the fields of residential treatment for
juvenile offenders as well as within the public school system.
He has completed over 45 credit hours of graduate courses in behavioral,
applied, and developmental research methods at The University
of Kansas and is currently a co-instructor in Research Methods
I at Holos University.