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Frances Rust is a professor and coordinator of Early Childhood and Elementary Education Curricula in the Department of Teaching and Learning at New York University. She is the winner of the 1985 AERA Outstanding Dissertation Award, the recipient of the Teachers College Outstanding Alumni Award (1998), and the recipient of the Association of Teacher Educators 2001Award for Distinguished Research in Teacher Education. Her research and teaching focus on teacher education and teachers’ research. Her most recent books are Taking Action through Teacher Research (January 2003, Heinemann) which she edited with Ellen Meyers, Guiding School Change: New Understandings of the Role and Work of Change Agents which she edited with Helen Friedus (2001,Teachers College Press), Changing Teaching, Changing Schools: Bringing Early Childhood Practice into Public Education (1993, Teachers College Press), and What Matters Most: Improving Student Achievement (2000, NTPI), a volume of teacher research co-edited with Ellen Meyers as part of her work as advisor to the Teachers Network Leadership Institute. Rust completed her doctoral work as well as a second master’s degree at Teachers College, Columbia University . She completed her Masters in the Art of Teaching and her Bachelor’s degree in English Literature at Manhattanville College.

 

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