March 2022

Presenter

Dr. Sharon Vaughn profile pictureDr. Sharon Vaughn
Executive Director of The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

Dr. Sharon Vaughn is the Manuel J. Justiz Endowed Chair in Education and the Executive Director of The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk, an organized research unit that she founded with a “make a wish” gift from the Meadows Foundation family. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the first woman in the history of The University of Texas to receive the Distinguished Faculty and Research Award, the CEC research award, the AERA SIG distinguished researcher award, and the Jeannette E. Fleischner Award for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of LD from CEC. She is the author of more than 40 books and 350 research articles, six of which have met the What Works Clearing House Criteria for their intervention reports. She has conducted technical assistance in literacy to more than 10 countries and 30 State Departments of Education and has worked as a literacy consultant to more than 50 technical assistance projects.

Most Recent Meetings

December 2023

Interior slide from December's keynote presentation "Developing a Strong Teacher Workforce to Achieve Positive Learning Outcomes for all Students."
Learn more about our December presenter, Dr. DaShaunda Patterson and her presentation “Developing a Strong Teacher Workforce to Achieve Positive Learning Outcomes for all Students.”

September 2023

Cover page of Mildred Boveda's presendation 'Collaborating Across Differences: Elevating Intersectional Consciousness to Improve Outcomes for All Students'
Learn more about our September presenter, Dr. Mildred Boveda and her presentation “Collaborating Across Differences: Elevating Intersectional Consciousness to Improve Outcomes for all Students.”

June 2023

Andy Hargreaves introductory slide for his June 2023 presentation to the Deans Compact
Learn about June’s keynote speaker, Dr. Andy Hargreaves and his presentation “Collaborative Professionalism Across the P20 Continuum.”