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College of Education

Parker Andreoli

Clinical Assistant Professor

Office: 308J Gantt Circle
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Educational Background

Ph.D. Educational Leadership
Clemson University 2023

M.A.T. Secondary English Education
University of North Carolina at Charlotte 2012

B.A. English
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2009


Parker Morse Andreoli, PhD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the M.Ed./Ed.S. Program Coordinator in the Department of Educational and Organizational Leadership Development. Prior to her doctoral studies, Parker served in several teaching and leadership roles in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools for nearly 10 years. She also served in the educational nonprofit sector where she worked alongside high school principals in Chicago Public Schools to create greater access to and successful experiences within advanced courses for traditionally underrepresented students.

Parker's professional interests center on teaching and researching alongside educators to better understand how school leaders influence opportunity gaps experienced by marginalized students. She is also interested in better understanding how to create transformative learning experiences for school leaders, particularly through engagement in improvement science. Parker's research has been published in the Journal of Educational Change and the Journal of Educational Administration. She has also contributed to works in Educational Administration Quarterly, International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, Journal of School Leadership, and Leadership and Policy in Schools.

Courses Taught

EDLL8000 Introduction to School Leadership
EDLL8050 Contemporary Issues in School Leadership
EDLL8150 Community Relations for School Leaders
EDLL8250 Law and Ethics for School Leaders

Research Interests

Equity-Focused School Leadership
Principal Influence
Opportunity Gaps
Educational Policy


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