Behavior Resource Specialist
Fayette County Public Schools
Aslean Hoskins graduated from the University of the Cumberlands with a BS in Communications. She completed a Master of Arts in Learning and Behavior Disorders at Georgetown College, a Master of Arts in School Improvement at Campbellsville University, and is pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Organizational Development at the University of Louisville.
Aslean Hoskins began her career teaching secondary level social skill courses. While in the classroom, she served as the PASS (Positive Approach to Student Success) Behavior Specialist supporting at-risk students’ growth and achievement. Her dedication to supporting the social-emotional learning needs of students with disabilities continues to inspire Aslean’s work today in leading teachers in their implementation of behavior interventions and continuous improvement of programming.
Aslean Hoskins also served as a PBIS coach and school improvement specialist for secondary, program, and alternative schools before transitioning to the district’s department of special education as a behavior resource specialist.