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Urban Education Faculty - Elizabeth Stackhouse

Elizabeth W. Stackhouse

Assistant Professor

Office: C-430N

​​Dr. Elizabeth W. Stackhouse is an emerging scholar, passionate practitioner, and researcher who believes in the academic excellence of all English Learners (ELs). Dr. Stackhouse’s research, teaching, and service activities focus on teacher preparation and the well-being of teachers serving English Learners. Dr. Stackhouse has over 15 years of experience as a public-school classroom teacher (K-12th, Bilingual, and Special Education) in Title I schools. She holds five active teaching certifications in the state of Texas. Dr. Stackhouse has successfully achieved a 99% passing rate training over 600 bilingual teachers who have fulfilled Texas examinations of educator standards. Dr. Stackhouse has collaborated with many State and Federal grants such as Texas Education Agency (TEA), US Department of Education (DOE), Institute of Educational Sciences (IES), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).  Dr. Stackhouse’s selected presentations include papers accepted to the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference (AERA), National Association of Bilingual Education (NABE) and the Texas Association of Bilingual Education (TABE).  

PhD., Texas A&M University (Educational Psychology)  

M.Ed., Texas A&M University (Bilingual Education) 

M.A., Sam Houston State University (Spanish) 

B.A., Sam Houston State University (Education, Spanish)​ 

​BED 3307 | BED 4301 | READ 4306 | READ 3317|​

Last updated 1/4/2022 5:19 AM