Sarah Lubienski

Executive Associate Dean

Curriculum and Instruction; Holmes Scholars Program; Office of the Dean
Academic Programs:
Mathematics Education
Research Areas:
Mathematics education policy and reform, equity in mathematics education
ED 2124
Curriculum Vitae

About Me

I am a professor of mathematics education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Indiana University. My research focuses on inequities in students’ mathematics outcomes and the policies and practices that shape those outcomes. I conduct large-scale analyses of national datasets, as well as smaller, classroom-based studies. My current research considers whether “good girl” socialization inhibits the development of “Bold Problem Solving” approaches and contributes to gender disparities in mathematics outcomes.

I am an AERA Fellow and have served as Chair of AERA's NAEP Studies SIG, Co-Chair of AERA’s Research in Mathematics Education SIG and a member of the AERA Grants Program Governing Board. I previously served as Associate Dean and Interim Dean of the University of Illinois Graduate College.

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