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Dr. Jamaul R. Kennedy

Dr. Jamaul R. Kennedy

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the main thing.

Dr. Jamaul R. Kennedy has served in the field of education for nearly fourteen years. He earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Albany State University; Education Specialist Certification from Nova Southeastern University; and Doctor of Education (Curriculum and Leadership) from Columbus State University.

Growing up in East Albany, Georgia, Dr. Kennedy attended public schools and set an early goal of higher education as the key to his success in life. Knowing he was chosen to be an example for those who would come behind him, education was the career path he would follow.

Over many years, he has had the opportunity to touch the lives of countless children through teaching, guidance, and the example of his life’s journey. He has always had a laser focus on mentoring and working to help others overcome life’s challenges and beat the odds.

Some of Dr. Kennedy’s awards and distinctions include Who’s Who Among American High School Students, Albany State University MPA Distinguished Alumni, Golden Key International Honor, and Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Students of Public Administration.

Dr. Kennedy is a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Founded 1906.)

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Dr. Jamaul R. Kennedy

Fall 2020 Education PENning Ceremony | Albany State University

The Fall 2020 Professional Embracing Novice (PENning) Ceremony is designed to prepare future educators for the transition from college to the classroom. During the ceremony, veteran educators pin the novice educators who are entering the education field. The ceremony was held Thursday, November 19 at 5 p.m. at the Billy C. Black Building Auditorium (East).

Literacy Connection:
An Examination of the Instructional Practices of Fourth Grade Reading Teachers in the Dougherty County School System for Struggling Readers
Literacy Matters:
An Analysis of the Instructional Best Practices of Fourth Grade Reading Teachers in the Dougherty County School System

Source Title:
International Journal of Curriculum Development and Learning Measurement (IJCDLM) 1(2) Copyright: © 2020
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