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Seeking equity 
for all learners

by challenging 

curricular practices.

This is me

Martina P. McGhee, Ph.D., is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor of Elementary Education at Auburn University. She recently earned her doctorate in Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Texas at San Antonio. After graduating from Oakwood University in 2008 with a BS in Elementary Education, Dr. McGhee began her teaching career in the Houston Area. During her time in Houston, she held various campus leadership positions and served as a Master Teacher on district level grants with both the Baylor College of Medicine and the Smithsonian Science Education Center. In 2016, Dr. McGhee transitioned from a full time classroom teacher to a full time student to pursue a doctoral degree. As a doctoral teaching fellow, Martina designed and taught a course in the African American Studies program called Race and Identity through Pop Culture. This course gained her national recognition on NPR’s Code Switch episode “Code Switch Goes to College”. Now, Dr. McGhee works at Auburn University helping prepare the next generation of educators.

Curriculum Development  Activist
Community Organizing 

 Teacher Training


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