UNLV College of Education professor Iesha Jackson is an expert on improving educational outcomes for students of color in urban schools. Her research calls for equity-based reforms in educational practices and policies.
Jackson's work is centered around four main areas: student voice, culturally relevant and sustaining pedagogies, teacher education, and equity-based, macro-level education policies.
Her research has been published in numerous academic journals, including the Journal of Teacher Education, Race Ethnicity and Education, and the International Journal of Multicultural Education.
- B.A., English Literature, Arizona State University
- M.Ed., Educational Administration, Arizona State University
- Ed.D., Curriculum and Teaching, Columbia University