Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, President
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, Ph.D. is a teacher educator and researcher in the Graduate School of Education at Lesley University. Her work focuses on teacher preparation, teacher quality and education policy initiatives and reforms. She was a key architect of the Massachusetts autism teacher endorsement. She is a researcher with Project TEER, a group of teacher education scholars and practitioners who collectively research issues related to teacher education, education reform, policy, and politics, and is co-PI with teacher education scholar Dr. Marilyn Cochran-Smith (Boston College) on a research study of new graduate schools of education. Elizabeth has over 20 years experience in public and private education settings, as a teacher, consultant and critical friend to various non-profits. Annually, she organizes and serves as guest curator for 3artists, an art exhibition showcasing the work of autistic artists. She is co-author of Remixing the Curriculum: The Teacher's Guide to Technology in the Classroom (Rowman & Littlefield) and co-author of the forthcoming Reclaiming Accountability in Teacher Education (Teachers College Press).
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