Ph.D. Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University, 2017
Ed.S. Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University, 2012
M.Ed Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University, 2005
B.S. Communicative Disorders, Spalding University, 1987
Birth through Five Education
Stacey French-Lee is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education at Georgia State University, in Atlanta, GA and the executive director of the campus Child Development Program.
French-Lee has over 30 years of experience working in the field of Birth Through Five care and early learning in Europe and the United States. Her major research interests are on racial socialization, critical race parenting and how the intersections of race, class and gender influence how African American boys are perceived and educated in the United States.
French-Lee, S., & Dooley, C. M. (2015). An exploratory qualitative study of ethical beliefs among early childhood teachers. Early Childhood Education Journal, 43(5), 377-384.
French-Lee, S. (2013 Fall, 2014 Winter). The stigma of chattel slavery: Implications for Educators. A publication of The Georgia Chapter of the National Association of Multicultural Educators, 33(2), pp. 8.
Jarrett, O., French-Lee, S., Bulunz, N., & Bulunz, M. (2010). Play in the sandpit: A university and child-care center collaborate in facilitated-action research. American Journal of Play, 3(2), 221-237.
Jarrett, O., French-Lee, S., & Kimbro, P. (2010). Collaboration between research faculty and campus child development centers: An opportunity for facilitated action research. The Voice for Children on Campus Journal, 5(3), 1-7.