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Dr. Teresa Wallace

Dr. Teresa Wallace
Title:
Professor / Chair School of Education EdD/PhD Program / Associate Dean of Advanced Programs School of Education
Office:
Luecker Building, RM 200
Phone:
606.539.4634
Bio:

EDUCATION

EdD Educational Leadership, University of Kentucky, 1999
Rank I, School Administration, Eastern Kentucky University, 1997
MAED, School Administration, Eastern Kentucky University, 1990
BS, Elementary Education, Campbellsville College, 1984

BIO

Dr. Teresa Wallace had the privilege of serving in public P-12 education for twenty-seven years.  Her service included teacher, principal, district administrator, and superintendent. 

Research interests include P-12 student achievement, leadership, and teacher/administrator best practices. 

Dr. Wallace feels blessed to be a part of the University of the Cumberlands and still have the opportunity to be involved with P-12 education in a variety of ways.  When not working, Dr. Wallace enjoys spending time with family, reading, and gardening.

PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS/LECTURES

Addison, S. & Wallace, T. (2017, October). The effects of inclusion on non-special education students. National Rural Education Association, Miami, OH.

Wallace, T. T. (2014). Increasing the proportion of female superintendents in the 21st century. Advancing Women in Leadership, 34, 48-53.

Shepperson, T. L. & Wallace, T. T. (2014). Collaboration and early college schools. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 18(2), 101-106.

Wallace, T. T.  (2014). A comparison of professional development practices in rural and urban high schools. The Rural Educator, 35(2), 11-16.

Wallace, T. (2014, March). Teacher education in top-performing countries: Lessons for Kentucky. Critical Questions in Education, Louisville, KY.

Wallace, T. (2014, July). Dual credit from 2009 to 2012. KASA Annual Leadership Institute, Lexington, KY. 

Shepperson, T. L. & Wallace, T. (2014, October). A model of shared P-20 shared leadership in a middle college program. National Rural Education Association. Cincinnati, OH.

Shepperson, T. L. & Wallace, T. (2014, November). A model of shared P-20 leadership in a middle college program. University Council for Educational Administration. Denver, CO.

Wallace, T. (2013, October). The effects of teacher professional development on student achievement. National Rural Education Association. Cincinnati, Ohio.  

Wallace, T. (2012, November). The effects of teacher professional development on student achievement. Mid-South Educational Research Association. Lexington, KY.