Experts: education equity

Elizabeth Jakubowski

Associate Professor in School of Teacher Education

Jakubowski is interested in both general teacher education and development and the infusion of technology into mathematics teaching and learning, and ways to ensure mathematics equity. She taught mathematics and computer science for four years at the middle grades level and has also taught in summer programs for high school students. Her research interests include teacher education learning and development, policy issues in teacher education, and equity.

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Ana H. Marty

Research Faculty, Early Childhood Education and Literacy Specialist

Marty’s work focuses on improving pre-primary and primary education in low and middle-income countries, with expertise in early childhood education and development, literacy instruction, and education research. She has managed large-scale longitudinal research projects and created assessments for English-minority-speaking preschool children. Her work in Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean aims to strengthen the instructional and research capacity of higher education institutions’ teacher training programs to build a cadre of teachers competent to implement evidence-based literacy instructional practices.

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