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Michael P. Asip
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Education
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Asip is a career public educator with extensive background and experience in special education, school administration, and instructional leadership. He is currently Director of Exceptional Education in Chesterfield County Public Schools and serves as President of the Virginia Council of Administrators of Special Education (VCASE).

Asip’s experiences as a special education teacher and middle school administrator in Fairfax County and as a middle school principal and special education administrator in Williamsburg James City County have provided him with a wealth of experience and knowledge in implementing general and special education in public school settings.

Asip brings expertise, lots of background knowledge, and positive energy to teaching and learning, enhanced by his local, regional, and statewide educational leadership roles.

Professional Experience
Director (2008-Present)

Exceptional Education, Chesterfield County Public Schools, Chesterfield, Va.

Assistant Director (2005-2008)

Special Education, Chesterfield County Public Schools, Chesterfield, Va.

Instructional Specialist (2002-2005)

Special Education, Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools, Williamsburg, Va.

Principal (1997-2002)

Toano Middle School, Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools, Williamsburg, Va.

Assistant Principal (1988-1997)

Luther Jackson/Washington Irving Middle Schools, Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax, Va.

Certifications
Postgraduate Professional Licensure, endorsements in administration and special education
Superintendent's Licensure
Community Service

Board of Visitors, Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind (Governor appointment)

Board Member, Chesterfield Alternatives, Inc.

Education
B.A., Marist College 1975
Psychology
M.Ed., American University 1978
Special Education
Ed.D., College of William & Mary 2012
Education Policy, Planning and Leadership, and Special Education
Contact Information
SPCS Education Program, North Court
(804) 289-8133