Ph.D. in literacy
Master's degree in teaching children with severe reading difficulties
Advanced Diploma of Teaching
Sue Duncan is a New Zealander who has worked as a classroom teacher, a sole charge principal in a country school and a Reading Recovery tutor before training as a Reading Recovery trainer. In her role as a trainer, she worked in New Zealand as a trainer /coordinator, was part of the pilot implementation of Reading Recovery for two years at the University of London, and helped set up the Canadian Institute of Reading Recovery before coming to Georgia State. She is also trained as a First Chance facilitator and visiting colleague. She is trained in partnerships in comprehensive learning and the comprehensive intervention model, and her work focuses on making sure every child can read and write.