- Associate Dean for Graduate and Professional Programs
- College of Education and Human Development
- University of Minnesota
Beginning her career as a classroom teacher in rural Nebraska, Deborah Dillon is an expert and leading researcher in K-12 literacy, student engagement and school reform. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia and has been published in several leading educational journals. She holds the Guy Bond Chair in Reading at the University of Minnesota CEHD. She previously served as president of the National Reading Conference, associate editor of The Reading Teacher, and associate editor of The Educational Researcher, a publication of the American Educational Research Association.
Articles by Deborah R. Dillon, Ph.D.
Last year, the University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) began new residency programs that aim to create a complement of experienced, more diverse teachers to two […]
There’s a lot of debate surrounding education in America. From testing to tenure, there is a wide spectrum of views on how best to improve our school system. It often […]