Dr. Antoinette Miranda is currently an Associate Professor and Program Director of School Psychology at the Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology. Her time spent working as a school psychologist for New York City Public Schools helped shape her commitment to educational research and diversity in education.
During her career, Dr. Miranda has developed curriculum that specifically focuses on preparing educators to work with diverse student populations. Her research is focused on developing effective interventions with at-risk children in urban settings and understanding the impact of racial identity as it relates to academic achievement.
Dr. Miranda and her husband, James, live in Columbus and have two children.
- She has two degrees from the University of Cincinnati – a B.A.in Psychology and a Ph.D in. Psychology.
Why we should elect Dr. Antoinette Miranda to the State Board of Education:
- Miranda has spent her career as a school psychologist researching important issues that have an impact on student success.
- Miranda has focused her life’s work in an urban setting, working with students that face economic and educational challenges.
- As a school psychologist, Miranda will bring a unique perspective to providing students the tools they need to succeed.
The State Board of Education matters to our teachers and our kids.
PLEASE FINISH YOUR BALLOT WHEN YOU VOTE
Please look for Antoinette Miranda on the ballot for the State Board of Education.
The State Board of Education
Why the State Board of Education matters:
- The State Board of Education sets important education policy such as the amount of standardized tests our children must take.
- The State Board of Education holds charter schools accountable, particularly the persistently underperforming charter schools that drain resources from our local public schools.
- The State Board of Education sets standards for who can become a teacher in Ohio.
- Each elected member of the State Board of Education represents approximately 1,048,777 Ohioans. In fact, only statewide elected officials and Ohio’s members in the US Congress represent more people.
Our teachers and our kids are counting on you to compete the State Board of Education section of your ballot.