Erica D. McCray is an Associate Professor of Special Education and Director of the School of Special Education, School Psychology, & Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida. Currently, Dr. McCray is a Co-Director for the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform (CEEDAR) Center and an OSEP leadership preparation grant, Project Studying Teacher Effectiveness, Education, and Policy (STEEP). She’s also a co-Principal Investigator on an NSF project aimed to broaden participation in engineering. Prior to becoming university faculty, Dr. McCray served as a special educator for students with behavioral and learning disabilities in Title I elementary and middle school settings. She has been recognized on multiple levels for her teaching and research, which focus on the influence of diversity in educational practice and policy.
Erica McCray, Ph.D.
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