Madelaine Marquez is the coordinator of Education Studies and other innovative K-16 education programs. She has an Ed.D. in multicultural and bilingual education from the University of Massachusetts and a B.A. from Brandeis in history.
Dr. Marquez has been involved in the field of education for over 25 years. She has taught school at the elementary and secondary level in both public and alternative schools, developed educational programs for underserved students in high school and college, implemented programs for high achieving students at the university level, and participated in national research projects on student achievement. She also served as Vice Chair of the Massachusetts Board of Education.
Most recently, Dr. Marquez has turned her attention to teacher preparation and development at Hampshire.
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