Meredith Wronowski

Meredith WronowskiVisiting Assistant Professor

Area: Educational Leadership
wronowml@miamioh.edu

DegreesPh.D. Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

M.Ed. Cross-cultural Teaching, National University, San Diego, CA

B.S. Microbiology, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

Curriculum Vitae

Bio

Meredith Wronowski (Ph.D. The University of Oklahoma) is a scholar in the Department of Educational Leadership. Dr. Wronowski has more than 15 years of experience as a teacher and administrator in urban school settings. Dr. Wronowski's research interests include the impact of accountability policy on teachers and school leaders, factors contributing to school decline, and the policy and sociological context of school resegregation in the United States.

Research

Dr. Wronowski's research interests include the impact of accountability policy on teachers and school leaders, factors contributing to school decline, and the policy and sociological context of school resegregation in the United States.

Recent Publications

Urick, A., Ford, T., Wilson, A., Frick, W., & Wronowski, M.L. (2018). Testing a framework of math progress indicators for ESSA: How opportunity to learn and instructional leadership matter. Educational Administration Quarterly

Williams-Diehm, K.L., Miller, C.R., Nash, M.M., & Wronowski, M.L. (2018). Technology based employability curriculum and culturally diverse learners with disabilities. Journal of Special Education Technology

Wronowski, M.L. (2018). Filling the void: A grounded theory approach to addressing teacher recruitment and retention in urban schools. Education and Urban Society, published first online https://doi.org/10.1177/0013124517713608

Wronowski, M.L. (2017). Beacon Charter School needs a school. Journal of Case Studies in Education Leadership, 20(3), 56-64.

Teaching Responsibilities

Dr. Wronowski will be teaching:

EDL 224 Introduction to Education Policy
EDL 648 Data-Driven Decision Making
EDL 645 Educational Leadership Theory