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Carol Anne St. George

Carol Anne St. George

Associate Professor (clinical)
Teaching & Curriculum
LeChase Hall 454
(585) 275-0967
EdD, University of Rochester

Carol St. George currently directs the literacy teacher education program at the Warner School. She also teaches courses in teaching and curriculum related to theory and practice for reading professionals. A veteran educator, St. George brings extensive experience as a teacher, ranging from preschool to graduate school. Her research examines how teachers can more effectively collaborate with families to support student literacy and learning.
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