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Barbara Day, Ph.D.
Barbara Day is an honored international educational leader and chair of Curriculum and Instruction at UNC. Her current research focuses on listening to teachers as they voice what they want and need to be successful and to remain in the profession.
At a time when the teacher shortage is critical in this country, this research on elementary and secondary education teachers in various stages of careers is providing significant insight on teacher wants and needs in North Carolina and throughout the nation and the world.
Dr. Day has been honored not only as a scholar but as President of three major societies: The International Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, The Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society and currently, she is serving as International President of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International for Key Women Educators.
· Reform in Teacher Education: What Have We Learned in a Decade in the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program?
· Listening to Teachers: What Do They Say They Want and Need to be Successful