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Carissa R. McCray

Carissa R. McCray, PhD, is an English instructor in K–12 education who has worked in Duval County and rural Sumter County, Florida. She has refined her craft to focus on redefining the educational trajectory for students of color.

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Carissa R. McCray

Carissa R. McCray, PhD, is an English instructor in K–12 education who has worked in Duval County and rural Sumter County, Florida. With insight gained from teaching grades 6–12, including corrective to advanced courses, Dr. McCray is a member of the Research, Advocacy, Collaboration, and Empowerment Mentoring program, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, and the American Educational Research Association.

Dr. McCray has presented across the United States, from Massachusetts to Hawaii, on topics ranging from implementing social-emotional strategies in the classroom to culturally responsive teaching techniques with an emphasis on equitable and justice-driven education. Her ongoing scholarship and practitioner-based work are aimed at creating equitable learning opportunities through the inclusion of multicultural literature, media, and curricula.

Dr. McCray received her bachelor’s degree in English from Fisk University, her master’s degree in educational leadership from Walden University, and her doctorate in curriculum, instruction, and assessment from Walden University.