Sheila Macrine

Sheila Macrine is Associate Professor at UMass Dartmouth. She recently published four books and numerous scholarly articles and chapters on inclusion, neoliberalism in education, the impact of No Child Left Behind, and instruction and assessment in the literacy classroom.  Dr. Macrine is the recipient of many grants.

Sheila Macrine is a school psychologist and a reading specialist. Her research focuses on connecting the cultural, political, and institutional contexts of pedagogy and learning theory as they relate to the public sphere, democratic education and social imagination. She examines these issues on many levels including educational reform and policy, as well as, teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse students. She has published numerous articles on diverse learners and recently published four books. She is currently studying the political and cultural forces at work in our national education policies.