Dr. Timothy M. Wagner received a Bachelor of Arts in Child Development and Education from Washington & Jefferson College. Degrees from the University of Pittsburgh include a Master of Science in Applied Developmental Psychology and a Doctorate in Education in Administrative & Policy Studies. His dissertation research focused on the public school experience of child refugees.
Dr. Wagner serves as a public educator in the Upper St. Clair School District (Pittsburgh, PA) where he has spent time as an elementary and middle school teacher, a secondary gifted education coordinator, the middle school English Language Arts Curriculum Leader, and Associate High School Principal for Program Planning and Innovation. Currently, Dr. Wagner is the High School Principal.
Additionally, he has lectured locally, nationally, and internationally, and is the author of several publications including articles and book chapters. He holds an appointment as an adjunct faculty member in the Education Department at Washington & Jefferson College (Washington, PA).
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