I am a Comparative Educator and an Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies. In that capacity, I teach Foundations courses in the teacher preparation programs as well as instructing graduate students in international/comparative education and in educational policy studies. I conduct research on education and cultural change both outside and inside the U.S., with research and publications on educational policy formation in international assistance agencies; gender and education in the Third World; comparative multicultural policies; the sources and forms of global awareness among children and youth in the U.S.; and on citizenship and education around the world.
Ph.D. International Development Education June 1991, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
M.A., Philosophy of Education, May 1978, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC, Canada
B.A., Philosophy, June 1974, Seattle University, Seattle, WA