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Susan Erwin is a native of Missou-
la, Montana. She currently lives in
Fort Worth and holds a B.A. in
history, an MEd. in special educa-
tion, and a Ph.D. in instructional
leadership and academic curricu-
lum from the University of Oklaho-
ma. As a Tarleton State University
graduate program coordinator for
the Department of Curriculum and
Instruction, she is happy to discuss
the MEd. program with aspiring
Dr. Pam Winn is an assistant pro-
fessor in the Department of Edu-
cational Leadership and Policy
Studies. For the last eight years,
she has served as the director of
the New Century Educational
Leadership Program (NCELP).
Pam has worked in both public
and higher education with experi-
ences ranging from teaching to
administration for 22 years. Her
research interests are centered on
curriculum design, instructional
management, and leadership de-
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