Ph.D., Michigan State University
Ann Allen is an Associate Professor of Education Policy. Her teaching and research focus on school governance, democratic representation, school-community relationships, and the intersection of politics and policy in education.
Ph.D, Comparative and Historical Foundations of Education, University of Minnesota
Antoinette Errante is Associate Professor of Education Policy. Her current research interests focus on the history of educational policy, and the impact of globalization on the social and cultural processes related to conflict transformation and inequality. Her work is informed by her experiences in the US as well as Southern Africa. She teaches courses on the Comparative Education, the History of Educational Policy, and the Social Foundations of Education.
Ph.D, The Pennsylvania State University
Belinda Gimbert is an associate professor in Educational Administration. Her research agenda addresses strategic management of human capital in chronically, low performing and hard to staff school systems. She teaches course related to human resource administration, introduction to educational administration, and K-12 instructional supervision. Dr Gimbert is the Principal Investigator for the national project, Mobilizing National Educator Talent (2011-2017), a consortium of colleges/universities and school districts in 14 states, The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico which is transitioning 1,656 teachers to serve in urban and rural schools districts.
Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin
Jan Nespor is a professor in the Education Policy program of the Department of Educational Studies at the Ohio State University. His research examines urban education policy, the temporal and spatial transformations of schooling, and the reterritorializations of teaching. He teaches courses in Qualitative Methods and Education Policy Analysis.
TERRELL L. STRAYHORN
Ph.D, Higher Education/Race & Social Policy, Virginia Tech
Terrell Strayhorn is professor of Education Policy at The Ohio State University, where he also directs the Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE). His current research interests focus on equity and diversity in higher education, college student success, what works for strengthening success of underrepresented and vulnerable populations in education and the short- and long-term benefits of education to individuals and society. He teaches courses on College Impacts, Race & Diversity, Critical Race Theory, and holds appointments in Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA), Engineering Education, Black Studies, and Social Psychology.
Ph.D., Philosophy of Education, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Bryan Warnick is professor of Educational Policy and Philosophy of Education. He is interested in the ethical dimensions of educational policy, particularly in debates about student and parent rights, educational equality, religion and education, educational research policy, and the significance of cultural pluralism for schools. He teaches courses in philosophy of education, educational ethics, and the philosophy of educational research