Craig B. Howley, Ed.D.

Craig B. Howley, Ed.D.

Craig Howley has studied educational scale; rural education; intellect and talent development; mathematics education; and the relationship between culture, political economy, and schooling. Retired from Ohio University, he currently conducts evaluation and research, most recently about low-incidence sensory disabilities. He is also part of a team analyzing transcripts of interviews with K–12 teachers who question the existence of a deity (partly supported by a Spencer grant). Previously he directed an ERIC clearinghouse and the research initiative of an NSF-funded center (ACCLAIM) that studied rural mathematics education. At the university he taught courses on rural education and directed dissertations as an adjunct faculty member. His undergraduate degree is in comparative literature, his masters degree in gifted education, and his Ed.D. in school administration (West Virginia University). He has authored or coauthored 27 books or book chapters and 58 peer-reviewed research articles. He lives with his family on a small farm in rural Ohio. He visits rural France often, with children and grandchildren.

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