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For 25 years Joe Witt has been actively pursuing answers to questions about how professionals in schools can work together to prevent and remediate problems. This pursuit has led him to publish approximately 150 papers and 20 books. The source of his writing for the last 15 years has been his work with the STEEP process (System to Enhance Educational Performance) which provides direct services to schools to enhance achievement for all children, reduce the need for special education, and improve disproportionality and other associated issues. Through the collaboration with teachers and other professionals around the country, he has worked to develop strategies which are evidenced-based, have face validity and are practical for use in classrooms yet maintain their connection to the effective schools literature. In turn, this work has been acknowledged externally and Dr. Witt has received recognition in the form of Editor of School Psychology Quarterly, Editor of Guilford School Practitioner Series, Associate Editor of the Buros Mental Measurements Yearbook and School Psychology Review, and the receipt of over 50 externally funded grants and research contracts. In recognition of this work he received numerous awards including the Lightner Witmer award from the American Psychological Association was an LSU Alumni Distinguished Professor. Currently he is Professor Emeritus at LSU and lives in Miami, Florida where his primary focus is working with states, regional centers, publishers and especially school districts to strengthen intervention services and RTI. He is affiliated with iSTEEP, LLC, publisher of the STEEP process, where he is head of Research and Development.