Stephanie Dodman, a 2011 PhD graduate in Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education (CTTE), has received a Special Interest Group (SIG) Scholarly Award by the American Research Association (AERA) for presenting one of the highest quality papers at this year’s conference. Dr. Dodman’s research paper is based on her dissertation, School Reform in a High Poverty Elementary School: A Grounded Theory Case Study of Capacity Building. She is currently an Assistant Professor at George Mason University. Congratulations, Stephanie!
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