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Hollee Freeman
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Education

Freeman, H. (2015, April). Pathways to STEM careers. Presented at the Center for Excellence in Education, Teacher Enrichment Program, Richmond, Va.

Freeman, H. (2015, February). State of education in the region. Presented at the Student Leadership Conference, Virginia Union University, Richmond, Va.

Freeman, H. (2011, June). Using low-inference data to refine teaching practice. Presented at The Center for Better Schools, Chicago, Ill.

Freeman, H. (2009, July). Teacher preparation and student readiness. Presented at the Alliance for Excellent Education, Washington, DC.

Freeman, H. (2009, January). Mentoring is a two-way street. Presented at the New Teacher Center Symposium on Teacher Induction.
National Board Certified Teacher/Middle Child Generalist
RichTech Foundation Board
Governor's Advisory Board for Respiratory Care
Science Matters Leadership Board
Virginia Space Grant Consortium Advisory Board
Professional Experience
Executive Director (2012-Present)

MathScience Innovation Center (MSiC), Richmond

Principal (PreK-6) Virginia License
Selected Publications

Freeman, H. (2015). Kindergarten math: A math specialist’s perspective. In J. Diamond, B. Grob, & Reitzes (Eds.), Teaching kindergarten: Leamer-centered classrooms for the 21st century (pp. 116-125). Teachers College Press.

Freeman, H. (2005). The long-term benefits of getting splashed: An African-American progressive educator’s experience with progressivism. In B. S. Engel & A. C. Martin (eds.), Holding Portsmouth: Heinemann.
B.A., Columbia University 1990
M.S., Bank Street College of Education 1993
Special Education
Ph.D., Boston College 2008
Educational Administration
Contact Information
North Court
(804) 289-8133