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Sue Lasky

Sue Lasky

Assistant Professor of Education
Phone/Fax: 859.846.6047
Location: Starks Center

Education

B.A., Liberal Studies, University of California

M.A., Education, University of California

Ph.D., Educational Administration, University of Toronto

Biography

Dr. Lasky been in education for over 35 years. She started as a Montessori co-director of daycare and primary teacher. She has taught adult education, second chance youth, undergraduate, and graduate students. Her research falls into the broad category of school effectiveness, school improvement, and systemic reform. She has one co-authored a book along with several book chapters, journal articles, and research reports. She has collaborated on several large federally and foundation funded projects such as Language Acquisition Through Science Education at Rural Schools (LASERS), Evaluation of Provincially Mandated Secondary School Reform, Parent-School Partnerships, Evaluation of Comprehensive School Reform Models, and Effective Schools in the Twenty-First Century (ES21). These projects were all longitudinal, mixed-method and school-based. More recently, she has enjoyed using these research skills in the EDU 529 and EDU531 courses to mentor the design and completion of students' Teacher Research Projects.