About Angela J. Stefanski
Angela J. Stefanski teaches undergraduate literacy courses and graduate courses on literacy instruction, assessment, and intervention. Dr. Stefanski has also led several community-engaged experiences for preservice teachers in partnership with schools and local non-profit agencies.
Ph.D., Language and Literacy Studies
University of Texas
M.Ed., Education with literacy specialist and ESL licenses
Abilene Christian University
Research and Publications
Worthy, J., Villareal, D., Godfrey, V., DeJulio, S., Stefanski, A., Leitze, A., & Cooper, J. (2017). A critical analysis of dyslexia legislation in three states. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice.
Stefanski, A. J. (2016). Here to Stay: A Teacher’s 46-year Journey with Accountability in One School Context. Mid-western Educational Researcher, 28(2), 128-147.
Worthy, J., Maloch, B., Pursley, B., Hungerford, H., Hampton [Stefanski], A., Semingson, P., & Jordan, M. (2015). What are the rest of the students doing? An examination of literacy centers in two first grade classrooms. Language Arts, 92(3). Acceptance rate: 10%; Readership: 4,000.
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Stefanski’s scholarship includes a focus on the development of more equitable literacy experiences for all children. Her current research includes working alongside teachers and administrators in order to expand capacity to effectively address the literacy needs of children and families in communities with high levels of poverty.