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Dr. Jeongeun Kim’s scholarship focuses on how institutions of higher education use their autonomy to organize strategies for revenue generation and resource allocation to remain competitive. Her research examines how policies related to the financing of postsecondary education affect access, affordability, and quality. Her work also addresses how changes in the organizational policies and practices of colleges and universities would impact stakeholders, including the students and faculty at those institutions.  
Elementary mathematics teacher preparation
Mathematics methods course curriculum
Mediated field experiences
Process and outcome in counseling and psychotherapy groups; The therapy relationship: Working alliance, Real Relationship and Transference-Countertransference; Actor-Partner Interdependence Model applied to groups; Dyadic methods for analyzing the therapeutic relationship; Longitudinal analyses.
The political economy of educational policy and social change, how gender, race, and class intersect with educational and social inequalities.
child care and early education policy, early childhood education, young children's understanding of their early school experiences, teacher beliefs about development, Teacher Education
Severe and multiple disabilities, inclusion of children with severe disabilities into school/community settings, instructional methods, single subject design research.
Student leadership development, college student generational cohorts, leadership and futures issues in student affairs administration.
Teacher education program design, teacher assessment, English teaching methodology, secondary literacy.
Research focus: Social Justice, addressing the opportunity gap & educational debt; Restructuration of non-STEM content disciplines (civics, arts, humanities, social sciences) through critical data science & computational literacies, and constructionist computation using game-based learning (GBL), for grades 5-8.
educational inequality, educational stratification, between-school segregation, school composition, peer effects in education, education policy, economics of education