Esthus Lofton is an accomplished educator with over five decades of experience in the field of special education. He is a passionate advocate for students with disabilities and special learning needs, and has dedicated his career to improving outcomes for these students.
With 35 years of experience as a special education teacher, Lofton has worked with students with a wide range of learning needs, including those with autism spectrum disorder. His extensive experience has given him a unique perspective on the field of special education and the teaching techniques and styles that work best for these students.
Lofton’s educational background includes a master’s degree in special education and a clear resource specialist credential. He is deeply committed to ongoing professional development and staying current on best practices and research in the field of special education.
In addition to his work as a teacher, Lofton is also an active member of professional organizations and networks. He shares his knowledge and experience with others, mentoring new teachers entering the field and advocating for students with special needs.
Through his work and advocacy, Lofton has made a significant impact on the field of special education and the lives of countless students and families. He continues to be an inspiration to educators and advocates in the field of special education, and a valuable resource for anyone seeking to improve outcomes for students with disabilities and special learning needs.