Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, President
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe is a teacher educator, researcher and associate professor at Stonehill College, where she serves as director of graduate teacher education. Her research focuses on teacher education, special education teacher preparation, and teacher education policy initiatives and reforms. She is Principal Investigator (PI) of Project SOLVE, a multi-year national research project focused on understanding teachers’ pandemic experiences and the impact on teacher education. Dr. Stringer Keefe has authored numerous academic articles, book chapters, and two books, including the award-winning Reclaiming Accountability in Teacher Education. She was recently guest-editor of a special peer-reviewed issue of Teachers College Record (v124, 3), entitled Advancing Equity & Democracy in Teacher Education.
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