Rebecca Page Johnson

  • Assistant Professor, Education
  • Program Director, Inclusive Adolescence Education Program
Courses: 
  • Macroeconomics
  • The American High School: Race, Gender, Class and Disability in US Schools
  • Methods of Inquiry
Rebecca Page Johnson, Cazenovia College Professor, Education
Division(s): 
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Contact: 
Contact Information Available
Office Location: 
Eddy Hall 312
Telephone: 
315.655.7103
Email: 
rpjohnson@cazenovia.edu
Professor Johnson began teaching at Cazenovia College in the Fall of 2012. Prior to coming to Cazenovia, she served as a secondary education teacher, college lecturer in the US and abroad, and director of her own educational consulting firm. She has taught at Cornell University, Syracuse University, SUNY-Cortland, and Zhong Nan University in China. Professor Johnson's research focuses on the impact of education policy on historically marginalized students. She is particularly interested in how high schools and secondary teachers can improve educational outcomes for students of color.
Education: 
  • BS, Economics and Women's Studies, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • MS, Applied Economics, Cornell University
  • PhD, Education, Syracuse University
Awards/Honors: 
  • University Fellow, Syracuse University
  • Phi Kappa Phi
Publications: 
  • “Designing School Choice: The Devil’s in the Details,” (Rebecca Page Johnson and Kenneth Strike) Journal of Philosophy of Education 2010, 44 (4), pp. 569-577.
  • “Determinants of Girls’ Educational Enrollment in Ghana”, (Rebecca Johnson and Steven Kyle) Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies Vol. 21 No. 3 December 2002, pp. 134-160.
Exhibitions: 
  • “Middle Class Motivations and Maneuvers: How parents navigate school assignment and choice in Louisville, Jefferson County, KY" - Peer-reviewed conference, April 2011 American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA), New Orleans
Memberships: 
  • American Educational Research Association: Division G – Social Context of Education; Division H – Research, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools; Division L – Educational Policies and Politics
  • American Education Studies Association
  • New York State Association of Teacher Educators
Additional: 
  • New York State Permanent Teacher Certification Social Studies 7-12