About Shannon H. Andrus, Ed.D.

Dr. Andrus is an educational researcher and program evaluator who focuses primarily on schools and other organizations serving children. She completed her doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education with a focus on teacher education and curriculum studies. Dr. Andrus holds a B.A. in English Literature from Georgetown University and a M.A. in Liberal Studies from St. John’s College. She taught high school English for four years prior to beginning her doctoral work. She is a former Assistant Director of the Center for the Study of Boys’ and Girls’ Lives, which helps independent schools conduct participatory research with students and teachers. She serves on the board of Renaissance Secondary School and is a parent representative on the Douglas County Gifted Education Advisory Committee. She co-authored the book Teaching Girls: How Teachers and Parents Can Reach Their Brains and Hearts.

Gender Consciousness in the Classroom

America has been thinking about gender a lot lately. From the 2016 presidential election and the first female candidate of a major party, to language and laws pertaining to transgendered individuals, to the gathering voices [...]

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