Jenice L. View, Ph.D.
George Mason University
Jenice View is an associate professor in the Graduate School of Education. Prior to joining the George Mason University faculty in 2005, she spent more than twenty years working with a variety of nongovernmental organizations to create space for the voices that are often excluded from public policy considerations: women, people of color, poor urban and rural community residents, and especially youth. She has also been an educator in classroom and community settings, including as a middle school humanities teacher at a DC public charter school, as the education and training director of a national environmental justice and labor organization, and as a professional development trainer of in-service classroom teachers. Dr. View’s research interests include history education, critical teacher professional development, civil rights and labor education, and teaching for social justice.
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