Ereka R. Williams

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentAdministration and Instructional Services

Phone336-334-7848

Fax336-256-2695

Emailewilliam@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 279

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Ereka R. Williams

Education

Ph D: Curriculum and Instruction, University of North Carolina Greensboro, 2003

MED: Special Education, Fayetteville State University, 1998

BS: Elementary Education, Fayetteville State University, 1995


Research Interests

Home, School, Community Relationships Family Engagement African American Parents/Families Teachers/Students of Color


Recent Publications

Williams, Ereka  (2013).  Sharpening the axe: Facilitating cross-disciplinary discourse on the Utility of the Degree Qualifications Profile for Curricular and Programmatic Review.  Making the Case for the Application of the Lumina Foundation’s Degree Qualifications Profile A Pilot Study Among Historically Black Colleges and Universities 2012-2013   Lumina Foundation and SouthernAssociation for Accreditation of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

Williams, Ereka  (2011).  Politics and Principals: Beginning black teachers perceptions relationships with administrators..  (2,  14,  pp. 187-199).  Improving Schools.

Williams, Ereka  Graham, Anthony  Mccary-Henderson, Stephen  Floyd, Loury  (2009).  From where I stand: african american teacher candidates on their decision to teach.  (4,  73,  pp. 348-364).  Educational Forum.

Williams, Ereka  (2008).  Social Studies in the Inclusive Classroom.  Blended Curriculum in the inclusive K-3 classroom: Teaching All Young Children   Allyn Bacon.

Williams, Ereka  (2007).  Building Trust thorugh culturally reciprocal home-school-community collaboraation from the perspective of AfricanAmerican parents..  (2,  9,  pp. 3-9).  Multicultural Perspectives.

Williams, Ereka  (2007).  Unnecessary and Unjustified: An African American Parental Critique of Special Education Service Delivery.  (3,  71,  pp. 250-261).  Educational Forum.

Williams, Ereka  Baber, Ceola  (2007).  Building trust through culturally reciprocal home-school-community collaboration from the perspective of African American parents.  (2,  9,  pp. 3-9).  Multicultural Perspectives.

Williams, Ereka  (2004).  Lessons I learned from Yadira.  (4,  40,  pp. 189).  Kappa Delta Pi Record.