Jason Haluska started teaching at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota after guest lecturing about assessing students with autism at Saint Mary's University in 2013. Since 2014 he has been an adjunct instructor. He’s previously guest lectured at the University of Minnesota for students in educational leadership and at the University of Northwestern in St. Paul for training students on reading curricular-based measurement and data-based decision making. He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, Master of Science in Education, and an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Jason began his professional career working in residential treatment programs for children and adolescents with social, emotional, behavioral, and academic needs. He has worked as a school psychologist across the state of Minnesota in rural and urban school districts in pre-K to 12 settings. His professional interests include development of a multi-tiered system of academic and behavioral supports, applied behavior analysis, multi-disciplinary collaboration for need identification and intervention, and supporting educators by developing their skillsets.