Homelessness Comes to School

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Joseph Murphy & Kerri Tobin

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    For Linny von Holste

    —Joseph Murphy

    For Jantice and Adriana … and Stephen, of course

    —Kerri Tobin

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    About the Authors

    Joseph Murphy is the Frank W. Mayborn Chair and associate dean at Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education. He has also been a faculty member at the University of Illinois and The Ohio State University where he was the William Ray Flesher Professor of Education.

    In the public schools, he has served as an administrator at the school, district, and state levels, including an appointment as the executive assistant to the chief deputy superintendent of public instruction in California. His most recent appointment was as the founding president of the Ohio Principals Leadership Academy. At the university level, he has served as department chair and associate dean.

    He is past vice president of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and was the founding chair of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC). He is coeditor of the AERA Handbook on Educational Administration (1999) and editor of the National Society for the Study of Education (NSSE) yearbook, The Educational Leadership Challenge (2002).

    His work is in the area of school improvement, with special emphasis on leadership and policy. He has authored or coauthored 18 books in this area and edited another 12. His most recent authored volumes include the following: Understanding and Assessing the Charter School Movement (2002), Leadership for Literacy: Research-Based Practice, PreK-3, (2003), Connecting Teacher Leadership and School Improvement (2005), Preparing School Leaders: Defining a Research and Action Agenda (2006), Turning Around Failing Schools: Leadership Lessons From the Organizational Sciences (2008), and The Educator's Handbook for Understanding and Closing Achievement Gaps (2010).

    Kerri Tobin is a PhD student at Vanderbilt University's Peabody College. She has worked with underserved students in many contexts, including teaching in public and charter schools in the South Bronx and Philadelphia. Her research focuses on the social contexts of education, with particular attention to issues of equity and social justice. She has written on civic education, how out-of-school behaviors impact educational outcomes, and how teacher attitudes shape classroom experiences.

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