Lennon Audrain is a PhD student in educational policy and evaluation at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. A former Latin and Spanish teacher in both Arizona and Massachusetts, his research interests explore how pre-collegiate, grow-your-own teacher programs can be mechanisms for teacher recruitment and teacher education and how these programs can be enhanced with educational technology. He earned his first Master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Arizona State University at age 19 and his second Master’s degree in technology, innovation, and education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education at age 21.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Educational Policy & Evaluation
Master of Education (EdM) in Technology, Innovation, & Education
Master of Education (MEd) in Curriculum & Instruction (Teaching & Learning)
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Letters & Cultures (Classics - Latin)
Associate of Arts, Elementary Education (AAEE)
High School Diploma