Megan Barrett is a teacher in the Professional Administrator Licensure program in the Educational Leadership Department. She is a licensed school administrator and former high school English teacher.
Areas of Expertise
Care and belonging in schools; equity and social justice; alternative education; educational administration and leadership; trauma-informed educational practices, collaborative leadership, school culture and climate, educator professional development
Barrett, M. (2021). “These People Are My People and They Care About Me”: the Perspectives of Alternative High School Graduates on School Belonging (Doctoral dissertation, Lewis & Clark College).
2021 - ED.D, Educational Leadership, Lewis & Clark College
2014 - Principal License, Lewis & Clark College
2003 - M.ED, Curriculum and Instruction, Portland State University
2000 - BA, English, Reed College