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Gerunda B. Hughes, Ph.D.

Gerunda B. Hughes is Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the School of Education where she teaches mathematics methods courses for elementary and secondary pre-service teachers. Dr. Hughes serves as a Co-Principal Investigator of the “Assessment and Evaluation Innovations Project” at the Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed At Risk (CRESPAR) which is funded by the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI). She received her BS in Mathematics from the University of Rhode Island; MA in Mathematics from the University of Maryland, College Park; and PhD in Educational Psychology from Howard University.

At CRESPAR, Dr. Hughes collaborates with other researchers on projects in which she plans and conducts basic research and development activities with the aim of aligning classroom instructional practices with assessment practices that maximally develop students’ skills, abilities and talents. She also serves as a Guest Co-Editor of the Journal of Negro Education.

Prior to joining the faculty in the School of Education in 1995, Dr. Hughes taught mathematics courses in the Department of Mathematics and developmental mathematics courses to underprepared college students in the Center for Academic Reinforcement (CAR) for twenty years.

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