Dr. Mark E. Swerdlik

Dr. Mark E. Swerdlik

Mark E. Swerdlik is a professor of psychology, Coordinator of the Graduate Programs in School Psychology, and a clinical supervisor in the Psychological Services Center at Illinois State University, where he has been involved as a university educator of school psychologists for more than 30 years. He is a former school psychologist and currently maintains an independent practice of school psychology as a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Swerdlik is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association–Division of School Psychology. He has been awarded a Diplomate in School Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology and a Diplomate in Assessment Psychology from the American Board of Assessment Psychology. He has worked as a trainer, consultant, and program evaluator for schoolwide reform efforts such as the Flexible Student Services Model since its first implementation in Illinois in 1998. Currently, he serves as a regional evaluator for the statewide implementation of RTI in Illinois. Dr. Swerdlik has provided training in all components of RTI for a number of school districts in the Midwest and has widely presented and published his work related to this RTI initiative.

Books by Author

Effective RTI Training and Practices: Helping School and District Teams Improve Academic Performance and Social Behavior
Helping School and District Teams Improve Academic Performance and Social Behavior