Paradoxes & Praxis: The 21st Century Imperative for Educational Foundations

J. Dan Marshall

J. Dan Marshall is professor emeritus of education at the College of Education at Penn State and co-founder of Creative Bridge Coalition. Dr. Dan Marshall researched Curriculum and Instruction, Education Policy and Educational Leadership up until his retirement in 2008 after 16 years of service at Penn State. This former primary and secondary teacher taught in the United States as well as internationally and was a member and dean at the National College of Education (National-Louis University). He was an active member of many professional associations such as: Curriculum and Pedagogy Group, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, and the American Educational Research Association. His pursuits and interests personally and academic ranged from popular music to early childhood education. Marshall received the College of Education’s Outstanding Faculty Award in 2000 and the Outstanding Service Award from Penn State’s Presidential Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender, and in 2008. He earned the degrees: associate’s degree from Fullerton College, a bachelor’s in Education form Youngstown State University, a master’s form Indiana University and a Ph.D. form the University of Texas at Austin. He is one of the authors of the seminal Turning Points in Curriculum: An American Memoir.


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