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Holdgreve-Resendez, Richard T

Richard T. Holdgreve-Resendez is a fourth-year PhD. student in Ed Policy. Supported by a Dean's Scholar Award, he works to understand the relationship between educational policy design, teacher policy implementation and student literacy development; teacher knowledge of comprehension strategies and teachers’ comprehension instruction practices; international studies of language arts policy and practice in Macedonia.

Rich received a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of Michigan and Master’s degree in Educational Foundations and Policy from the University of Michigan’s Horace H. Rackham Graduate School and School of Education. As a graduate student, he worked as a program coordinator for the Arts of Citizenship Program-Students on Site elementary social science project. After graduate school he worked in the Pathways to Literacy Lab under Dr. Frederick J. Morrison at the University of Michigan.

Currently, Rich is a research assistant on the international and comparative project, Teacher Education and Development Study in Mathematics. He also teaches the MSU literacy development course, TE 301- Learners and Learning in Context-Elementary. He also works as an international literacy consultant for Miske Witt & Associates.  Previously he was a research assistant for the Michigan Early Career Teacher Study at Michigan State and the Housing Research Office at the University of Michigan

Professional Affiliations

  • American Education Research Association
  • Comparative and International Education Society
  • Literacy Research Association/National Reading Conference
  • University Council for Educational Administration