Chicago, Illinois, United States
In addition to managing curriculum frameworks and assessment guides for elementary and high schools, Barbara Radner arranges professional development programs for teachers and principals. For a complete list of resources that Barbara Radner has prepared for educators and parents, please visit teacher.depaul.edu.
As an Associate Professor for DePaul University, Barbara Radner works in the areas of urban education, literacy, social sciences, museum education, and arts education. In connection with her passion for social sciences, Barbara Radner is a member of the National Council for the Social Studies. With access to newsletters, conferences, workshops, and online resources, Barbara Radner strengthens her advocacy for proper social sciences education.
Offering insight as an Advisory Council Member for Citizens for Effective Schools, Barbara Radner assists in the progress of this nonprofit organization dedicated to accomplishing the goals of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program. As a member of ASCD, as well, Barbara Radner is one of 160,000 educators benefitting from educational leadership, professional development, and capacity building practices.
Barbara Radner graduated from both the University of Illinois and the University of Chicago. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in English from the former, Barbara Radner earned her MST in Early Childhood Education and her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from the latter.