School of Education, Teaching and Health
Stacie Tate holds a doctorate in language, literacy and urban education from Michigan State University. Her interests are literacy, urban education, multicultural education, urban teacher development and critical research. Dr. Tate began her career as a high school English teacher in Detroit and later became a college administrator who conducted and administered on-campus programs for middle school and high school students within the metropolitan Detroit area. She has conducted extensive research on literacy instruction and student achievement in secondary schools in Detroit, Los Angeles and Newark. Currently, she is examining the influence of critical literacy and pedagogy on urban student achievement in the Washington, D.C. schools.
PhD, Michigan State University-Language, Literacy and Urban Education
MEd, Oakland University-Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Leadership
BA, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, English Literature