Kitchen, Richard, Ph.D.

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Kitchen, Richard, Ph.D.


Professor and Kennedy Endowed Chair in Urban Education

Curriculum and Instruction, Teacher Education Program, and Kennedy Institute for Educational Success/ Department of Teaching and Learning Sciences
Professor and Kennedy Endowed Chair in Urban Education

richard.kitchen@du.edu

303-871-2255, KRH 337

Dr. Kitchen received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  He graduated from Denver East High School, started his teaching career in the Denver Public Schools, and B.F. Kitchen Elementary in Loveland, Colorado is named after his grandfather.  Prior to joining the Morgridge faculty in the fall of 2012, Dr. Kitchen was a professor of leadership in mathematics education at the University of New Mexico (UNM) where he held a dual position in the Educational Leadership degree program and the Department of Mathematics & Statistics.  His research interests include Diversity and Equity in Mathematics Education, School Reform at Urban Schools that Serve the Poor, Formative Assessment of English Language Learners, and History of Education in the U.S. Portfolio

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