Bachelor of Arts in History University of Pittsburgh, 2000
Master of Arts in Teaching in Curriculum and Instruction Social Studies Education , University of Pittsburgh, 2001
Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Social Studies), University of Pittsburgh, 2010
Social studies education
Culturally relevant pedagogy
African American social studies teachers
Critical race studies in education
Chantee Earl is a clinical associate professor for the Department of Middle and Secondary Education.
A former high school social studies teacher, Chantee Earl has over 10 years of classroom teaching experience. Her research focus and instruction centers on African American educators, urban education, culturally relevant pedagogy, and critical race studies in education. She currently instructs and coordinates the social studies M.A.T. and Urban Teacher Leader M.Ed. programs at Georgia State. She has presented at national educational research conferences and is committed to improving the educational experiences for all students.