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Dr. Sarah M. Straub is an assistant professor and antibias, antiracist educator in progress. While teaching K-12 in southwest Houston, she earned her doctoral degree from the University of Houston in curriculum and instruction with a focus on social justice education. Straub is an award-winning educator who is most proud of her student-driven publications, including “Know My Life: Sharing Student Voice through Poetry” and “Rewind: A Reverse Chronological Study of American (In)Justices.” She values critical pedagogy and social justice education, which is embedded throughout her courses and in her activism with student groups like the Bilingual Education Student Organization. Additionally, Straub serves on the board for the Texas chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education. She was awarded the 2020-22 Montgomery Professorship for Humane Education in the Perkins College of Education.

Dr. Straub’s research interests include bilingual education, culturally responsive teaching and antibias/antiracist education.

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