Amy Junge

Teacher and School Support, National

Amy is a former California public elementary and middle school teacher and assistant principal. She began working in education policy with Education Evolving in 2009, studying teacher-powered schools. Amy helped research and write, Trusting Teachers with School Success: What Happens When Teachers Call the Shots (2012) with Kim Farris-Berg and Ed Dirkswager. Since the book's publication, Amy has continued to research and support teacher-powered schools. Today, she works on the Teacher-Powered Schools Initiative a joint project with Education Evolving and the Center for Teaching Quality.

Amy earned a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University and a master's degree in religious studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara. She currently lives in southern California with her husband and three children and enjoys photography, reading, and cooking.

You can reach Amy at amy@educationevolving.org

About Education Evolving

Education Evolving is a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization working to improve public education.

Our mission is to advance student-centered learning for all students, by supporting teachers designing and leading schools, and by advocating for policy that is open to innovation.

Our founders and leaders have been instrumental in innovations such as open enrollment and public school choice, the nation's first charter school law, and schools designed and run by teachers.

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