Gloria Ladson-Billings, President of the National Academy of Education (NAEd), announced today that twenty-two exceptional education scholars are elected to membership in the Academy.
The new members, listed here, are leading researchers and educators with wide ranging expertise:
- Megan Bang, Spencer Foundation/Northwestern University
- Daryl Chubin, Independent Consultant and Founding Co-Director, Understanding Interventions
- Colette Daiute, The City University of New York, Graduate Center
- Richard Duschl, Southern Methodist University
- Kenneth Frank, Michigan State University
- Jonathan Guryan, Northwestern University
- Shaun Harper, University of Southern California
- Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Temple University
- Andrew Ho, Harvard University
- Nancy Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania
- Tyrone Howard, University of California, Los Angeles
- Kent McGuire, Hewlett Foundation
- Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, University of Delaware
- Richard Milner IV, Vanderbilt University
- Aaron Pallas, Teachers College, Columbia University
- Robert Pianta, University of Virginia
- Brian Reiser, Northwestern University
- Janelle Scott, University of California, Berkeley
- Howard Stevenson, University of Pennsylvania
- Karolyn Tyson, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
- Angela Valenzuela, University of Texas at Austin
- John Robert Warren, University of Minnesota
“This diverse group of scholars is at the forefront of those who are improving the lives of students in the United States and abroad through their outstanding contributions to education scholarship and research,” Ladson-Billings said.
An induction ceremony for new members will take place during the 2021 NAEd Annual Meeting in November.
The NAEd advances high quality education research and its use in policy and practice. The Academy consists of U.S. members and international associates who are elected on the basis of outstanding scholarship related to education. Nominations are submitted by individual Academy members once a year for review and election by the organization’s membership. In addition to serving on expert study panels that address pressing issues in education, members are also deeply engaged in NAEd’s professional development programs.