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Karen Terrell Jackson

Assistant Professor

Karen Terrell Jackson
College
College of Education

Department
Leadership Studies & Adult Ed

Contact
Proctor Hall 142
Education
B.S.Chemistry / The University of Southern Mississippi
MEDEducational Curriculum and Instruction (CIS Math) / The University of Southern Mississippi
Ph.D.Educational Research and Policy Analysis / North Carolina State University

Research Interests

Systems and Innovation Theory, Organizations and Leadership, Policing, Community Colleges, STEM

External URL

https://www.linkedin.com/in/karen-terrell-jackson-ph-d-43a18924/

Recent Publications

  • Matthew Militello, Lisa Bass, Karen Jackson (2013). (How Data Are Used and Misused in Schools: Perceptions from Teachers and Principals.). (3) 2013, pp. 98-120. Education Sciences.
  • Thomas Alsbury, Karen Jackson (2013). (Teacher Perspectives of Reform in a Small, Rural American School of Historically Finnish Culture: Cultural Transformations). In E. Limonene & R. Nevalainen, (In E. Limonene & R. Nevalainen (Eds.),Transforming Teachers' Work Globally: In Search of a Better Way for Schools and Their Communities) Sense Publishers.
  • Karen Jackson (2014). ( Innovation in Education: Mastery Learning and Computer-based Technology in Developmental Mathematics). Learning Matters/Durham Technical Community College.
  • Karen Jackson, Penny Wallin, Anna Lee (2017). (Educators Voices from Integrated Writing and Problem Solving Common Core Workshop). (3) 2, Journal of Research Initiatives.
  • Karen Jackson, Sylvia Burgess, Forrest Toms, Ernest Cuthbertson (2018). (Community Engagement: Using Feedback Loops to Empower Residents and Influence Systemic Change in Culturally Diverse Communities). In Scott Wituk, PhD, (2) 9, pp. 21. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice.
  • Maya Corneille, Anna Lee, Kimberly Harris, Karen Jackson, Megan Covington (2020). (Developing Culturally and Structurally Responsive Approaches to STEM Education to Advance Education Equity). (1) 89, pp. 48-57. The Journal of Negro Education.