Lindsay Redd

Redd Lindsay

Lindsay D. Redd is a doctoral student in Educational Policy and Planning.  Her developing research interests include school choice, role of philanthropy in education, and standards implementation.

Beginning in 2002, Lindsay entered into the field of education.  Initially working on community and school improvement projects in Denver Public School District, she eventually entered the classroom as a secondary social studies teacher.  Lindsay worked for six years in western Colorado at the middle school level and later for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) at Fort Campbell for a short period of time.   During her time as a classroom teacher, Lindsay was recognized for work on social studies curriculum development, technology integration, and school-level grant writing.

Lindsay holds a M.A. in Education with a focus on Curriculum & Instruction from New Mexico State University (2010) and B.A. in Criminology and Psychology with minors in Secondary Education and Political Science from the University of Denver (2006).

Lindsay holds a M.A. in Education with a focus on Curriculum & Instruction from New Mexico State University (2010) and B.A. in Criminology and Psychology with minors in Secondary Education and Political Science from the University of Denver (2006).

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