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William Curlette

Professor    Chairperson, Educational Policy Studies    
Education
A.B. in political science,Syracuse University
M.S. in psychological and educational statistics, measurement and evaluation, Syracuse University
Ph.D. in psychological and educational statistics, measurement and evaluation, Syracuse University
Specializations
Meta-analysis, survey research, program evaluation and Adlerian psychology
Biography

Professional Experiences:

2011 – present Chairperson, Department of Educational Policy Studies
1993 – present Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, Research Section, Georgia State University
1987 – present Professor, Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, Georgia State University
1986 – 2004 Director, Educational Research Bureau, Georgia State University
1999 – 2004 Director of Research, College of Education, GSU
1999 – 2002 Director of Graduate Studies, College of Education, GSU
1974 – 1987 Assistant Professor/Associate Professor, Georgia State University

Selected Grant Activity:

Co-Principal Investigator, Director of Evaluation and Research, Network for Enhancing Teacher Quality, award for $13.5 million over 5 years by the U.S. Department of Education, October 2009 to September 2014, provided to Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.

Co-Principal Investigator, Director of Evaluation and Research, Professional Development School Partnerships Deliver Success, award for $6.1 million over 5 years by the U.S. Department of Education, October 2004 to September 2010, PR/Award Number P336B040004, provided to Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.

Director of Evaluation, Cross Cultural Initiative, award for $750,000 by Wachovia Foundation Teachers and Teaching Initiative, 2005 to 2008, provided to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
Principal Investigator, obtained and initially coordinated a $10,000 grant from The Great Cities’ Urban Teacher Education Initiative, 2000, provided to Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.

Member, Technical Advisory Committee, African-American Male Research Study, award for approximately $250,000 by the Ford Foundation, 1998 to 2000, provided to the Southern Education Foundation.

Director of Evaluation, Educational Reform in the Cote d’Ivoire: Cultural and Curriculum Linkages with Georgia State University, award for $120,000 from the U. S. Information Agency, 1995 to1998, provided to the Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.

Publications

Curlette, W., & Ogletree, A. (2011). An approach to increasing student achievement: Teacher-Intern Professor groups with anchor action research. In C. Bohan & J. Many (Eds.) Clinical Teacher Education: Reflections from an Urban Professional Development School Network (pp. 117-127). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Matheny, K., & Curlette, W. (2010, Winter). A brief measure of coping resources. The Journal of Individual Psychology, 66(4), 384-407.
Peluso, P., Peluso, J., Buckner, J., Kern, R., & Curlette, W. (2009). Measuring Lifestyle and Attachment: An Empirical Investigation Linking Individual Psychology and Attachment Theory. Journal of Counseling and Development, 87, 394-403.
Kern, R., Curlette, W., Snow, J., & Ritter, K. (2009). Lifestyle Assessment: Subjective and objective. In D. Eckstein & R. Kern (Eds.) Psychological Fingerprints. Dubuque, IA: Kendal Hunt.
Matheny, K., Roque-Tovar, B., & Curlette, W. (2008). Coping resources, perceived stress, and life satisfaction among Mexican and American university students: A cross-cultural study. Anales de Psicologia, 24(1), 1-9.
Matheny, K., Aycock, D., Curlette, W., & Junker, G. (2003). The Coping Resources Inventory for Stress: A Measure of Perceived Resourcefulness. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 59(12), 1261-1277.
McCarthy, C., Seraphine, A., Matheny, K., & Curlette, W. (2000, January). Factor analysis of the Coping Resources Inventory for Educational Enhancement. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 32(4), 199-215.
Sipe, T., & Curlette, W. (1997). A meta-synthesis of factors related to educational achievement: A methodological approach to summarizing and synthesizing meta-analyses [monograph]. International Journal of Educational Research, 25, 583-698.

 
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