Angela Griner has worked in the field of education for more than 20 years.
She holds an MA in K-12 Reading and EdD in curriculum and instruction, specializing in urban and multicultural education.
She currently resides in Orlando, Florida with her husband and two sons, one of which was diagnosed with dyslexia and other learning differences at an early age.
She teaches courses in literacy, classroom management, and supervision for student teachers in the Department of Education at Rollins College. She is also the director of the Pathways to Teaching Program for paraprofessionals to receive their teaching degree through the Hamilton Holt School at Rollins.
Her additional research and curriculum interests include developing culturally responsive and inclusive literacy practices in teacher education programs, the role of mental health and trauma-informed practices in the teaching learning process, and creative expression as an integrative approach towards inclusive, healing-centered pedagogies.
RCF provides a missing piece in teacher development that serves to strengthen literacy development for all learners. She is proud to join the board to support the uplift that RCF’s work has provided to so many marginalized students.
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