Lauren Bailes

GHEC 2016 Research Topic:
A Tale of Two Roles: Measuring Political Efficacy in Homeschool Parent-Teachers
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Graduate Research Assistant, Ohio State University

Lauren is a Graduate Research Assistant and PhD candidate at The Ohio State University where she studies Educational Administration. Prior to that, she was a middle school English Language Arts teacher in Brooklyn, New York. She has worked as an instructional coach and curriculum consultant with traditional public schools and charter schools in Columbus, Ohio. Lauren's interests center on school governance, issues of choice and efficacy, and the ways in which organizations can contribute to favorable outcomes for students. Lauren plans to graduate in Summer 2016.

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Our Past Work

GHEC 2012

Berlin Declaration