Sarah Theule Lubienski is a professor of mathematics education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Indiana University. Her research focuses on inequities in students’ mathematics outcomes and the policies and practices that shape those outcomes.
She conducts large-scale analyses of national datasets, as well as smaller, classroom-based studies, with an eye toward differences in learning experiences and opportunities by gender, race/ethnicity, and social class. Lubienski is an expert on NAEP mathematics data and has published several articles and book chapters on NAEP. Her work has been funded by IES, NSF, NCES and Fulbright.
Areas of Expertise
Mathematics education, NAEP results, gender equity, policy, teaching, reform, graduate education.