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Constance M. Ellison, Ph.D.

Professor Constance M. Ellison teacher, scholar, researcher, educational consultant, and student advocate, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University and a Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Development Psychology from Howard University.
Ellison was a postdoctoral fellow in the Applied Developmental Psychology program at the University of Maryland. Dr. Ellison is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies in the School of Education.

She also serves as Project Director at the Center for the Education of Students Placed at Risk (CRESPAR) at Howard University. Dr. Ellison has published several refereed articles and book chapters on educational issues pertaining to African American children. Currently she is co-authoring a book titled Educational Excellence and Equity in the African American Community.

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