Sarah taught high school English in North Carolina and Hawaii. She completed a Masters of Education in Curriculum Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, where she studied new literacies and critical pedagogy. She earned a doctorate in Teacher Education and Curriculum from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she worked alongside practicing teachers to investigate classroom and professional learning discourse, taught undergraduate and graduate education courses, and supervised student teachers.
2020-2021 Catalyst Grant Winners Announced
Three Catalyst Grants were awarded this week by the Friday Institute in partnership with the NC State College of Education.
The purpose of the Catalyst Grant program is to increase research collaborations among faculty and staff in the College of Education departments and those located at the Friday Institute. A...