Linda Reddy is a Professor in the School Psychology Doctoral Program and Assistant to the Dean for Research and Innovations. She has published over 120 articles and book chapters and six books on classroom assessment, coaching, ADHD, and measurement development and validation.
Her work focuses on integrating assessments and interventions to improve school personnel practices related to student learning and behavior. Most recently Reddy and her colleagues have been translating their assessments and coaching interventions into technology support tools for large-scale implementation. Her work has been funded by federal and private foundations (over 54 million).
She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA), Fellow of the American Educational Research Association and inducted member of the Society for the Study of School Psychology. Reddy has held numerous national leadership roles including: 2014 President of APA Division 16 (School Psychology), member of the APA Board of Professional Affairs (2013-2016), Co-Chair of the APA Committee on Divisional/APA Relations (CODAPAR; 2008-2011), and appointed member to the APA Task Force for Violence Against Teachers (2008-2011; 2019 - present). Reddy is a reviewer for over 10 refereed journals and book publishers, as well as the U.S. and International grant agencies. Reddy is a licensed psychologist in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania and is a nationally certified school psychologist. She consults with state departments, investigators, school districts and test development companies.