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1.9 million Texans live with a serious and persistent mental illness

6.4 million Texans have a mental illness and would benefit from treatment

Last year, nearly 50,000 adults received services from Metrocare

Last year, 15,000 children received care from Metrocare

70% to 80% of parents with a child with autism will get divorced

40% of children with autism do not talk at all

Autism impacts more children than childhood cancer, juvenile diabetes, Down syndrome, and cystic fibrosis combined

Early diagnosis and intervention of an individual with autism can reduce the lifetime support costs by 66%

Corey Golomb

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● Serving since May 2013
● Appointed by Commissioner Theresa Daniel

Corey Golomb is from Kingston, Ontario Canada. She earned a Bachelor of Physical & Health Education UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Toronto, Canada followed by a Bachelor of Education from QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Canada. She then continued on with Master of Education AUBURN UNIVERSITY at Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, followed by a Master of Educational Administration UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS, Denton, Texas.

With over 31 years in the field of education, from the classroom to central administration, her current role is the Special Education Director of Compliance for the Dallas Independent School District. In this role, she utilizes methodical and consistent organization and management skills to ensure implementation and monitoring of the State and Federal accountability systems for the district’s special education program. Among her significant previous positions, Ms. Golomb served as a classroom teacher, Vocational Coordinator, Area Specialist, and Manager of Special Education Secondary Curriculum and Instruction.
 
Ms. Golomb is a member of the educational professional association Phi Delta Kappa International, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education, Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas Museum of Art.

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