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Evaluation for an Equitable Society


reviewed by Robert M. Reardon — November 15, 2016

coverTitle: Evaluation for an Equitable Society
Author(s): Stewart I. Donaldson & Robert Picciotto (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681234432, Pages: 252, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 15, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21740, Date Accessed: 6/27/2017 11:40:14 AM

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  • Robert Reardon
    East Carolina University
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    R. MARTIN REARDON is Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership Department of the College of Education at East Carolina University (ECU), Greenville, NC. He holds a M.Ed. in Mathematics Education, and obtained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership from The College of William and Mary in Virginia. Prior to gaining his doctorate in 2000, Martin held a wide range of teaching and administrative positions over the course of his 27-year career at the high school level. From 2001, Martin taught in, and then spent three years as the inaugural Chair of Leadership Studies at Marian University in Wisconsin, where he collaborated with the Dean of the College of Education to inaugurate Marian’s first doctoral program in leadership. In 2005, he moved to Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), where became convinced of the importance of school/university collaboration. He Chaired the School-University Collaborative Research (SUCR) Special Interest Group from 2011–2013, and again from 2015 to the present. His second edited volume focused on expanding school-university collaborative research to embrace community input and impact is in press. At VCU Martin Chaired a Task Force that recommended the introduction of an Ed.D. program aligned with the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) and directed that program for two years before moving to ECU in 2013 to collaborate in the development of a CPED-aligned Ed.D. there.
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