Christopher Span

Additional Campus Affiliations

Faculty Athletics Representative to the Big Ten Conference, College of Education
Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, College of Education
Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

Recent Publications

Pak, Y. K., Span, C., Anderson, J. D., & Trent, W. T. (2018). Where do we go from here? Reflections on building institutional diversity for lasting change. Teachers College Record, 120(14).

Anderson, J. D., & Span, C. M. (2016). History of Education in the News The Legacy of Slavery, Racism, and Contemporary Black Activism on Campus. History of Education Quarterly, 56(4), 646-656.

Pak, Y. K., Span, C., & Anderson, J. D. (2015). Reflections from Within: Ten Years of Service to HEQ. History of Education Quarterly, 55(4), 407-412.

Span, C. (2015). Post-Slavery? Post-Segregation? Post-Racial? A History of the Impact of Slavery, Segregation, and Racism on the Education of African Americans. Teachers College Record, 117(14), 53-74.

Span, C. (2014). Alternative pedagogy: The rise of the Private Black Academy in Early Postbellum Mississippi, 1862-1870. In Chartered Schools: Two Hundred Years of Independent Academies in the United States, 1727-1925 (pp. 211-227). Taylor and Francis Inc..

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