Pamela D’Andrea Martínez

Graduate Assistant, Center for Policy, Research, and Evaluation

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Pamela D’Andrea Martínez is a Ph.D. student of Teaching and Learning with a focus on Urban Education and an adjunct professor at NYU Steinhardt. Her scholarship focuses on how schools can be culturally and linguistically pluralistic settings of education for liberation. At the NYU Metro Center, Pamela has studied culturally responsive education, pedagogy, and family engagement, school and district-level anti-racist efforts, and student and community activism. Her work is grounded in multiple disciplines and theoretical perspectives such as sociological and cultural studies in race and language in education, comparative and international education, critical pedagogy, urban education, and school reform for educational equity. Pamela holds a Master’s degree in International Education from NYU, a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Florida, and she was a K-12 teacher leader of World Languages and Dual Language Two-Way Immersion.