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Dr. Ronda Goodale article to be published in Race and Pedagogy Journal

Ronda Goodale, PhD
Dr. Ronda Goodale, Professor and Chair of the Early Education programs at Cambridge College

Professor and Chair of the Early Education programs at Cambridge College, Dr. Ronda Goodale continues to be a leader in the education and diversity/equity arenas.  Dr. Goodale’s article, "Conversations about Race between Educators and K-12 Students," has recently been accepted into Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justices and will be published this fall.  

Dr. Goodale’s impressive credentials include a PhD from Boston College in Educational Psychology, a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Administration and Social Planning from Harvard University, a Master of Education from Northeastern University, and Bachelor of Education from UMASS. She worked for more than 30 years in urban schools as a teacher, administrator, psychologist, and consultant. Her areas of expertise include diversity, students with disabilities, assessment, classroom management, early childhood education, second language learning, literacy, math, and litigation.   

With many other professional publications and presentations to her name, Dr. Goodale can often be heard on local radio stations and podcasts, such as “Nightside with Dan Rea” and “Morgan White” where she has been interviewed about various topics for her insight into child psychology and education.