Randall F. Clemens, Ph.D.
MEd, School Administration and Supervision, John Hopkins University
BA, English, University of Maryland at College Park
Randall F. Clemens, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at St. John's University's School of Education. His work pertains to three interrelated themes: pathways to college and career for low-income teenagers; the uses of qualitative research for public policy; and innovative research methods. He is completing Using Social Media for Qualitative Research (w/ Sage, 2015). In the fall, he will begin writing his next book, Unequal Access: Understanding Culture, Concentrated Poverty, and Pathways to College. Previous publications include (w/ W.G. Tierney) "Qualitative Research and Public Policy: The Challenges of Relevance and Trustworthiness" and “The Uses of Life History.” Read his blogs (www.randallfclemens.com) and tweets (@RandyClemens).
Access and Equity for Underserved Youth Qualitative Research and Social Media Social and Cultural Contexts of Urban Education Urban Education Policy and Reform