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beth graue

  • PhD
  • Professor
  • University of Wisconsin Madison
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Recent publications

  • The View from the Lighted Schoolhouse: Conceptualizing Home-School Relations within a Class Size Reduction Reform

    • Graue M
    • Sherfinski M
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  • What's Going On in the Children's Garden? Kindergarten Today. Research in Review

    • Graue E

Professional experience


University of Wisconsin at Madison

June 1999 - Present


PhD Research and evaluation methodologies

University of Colorado

September 1986 - December 1990(4 years)

M.Ed Policy and Research

University of Illinois at Chicago

September 1981 - May 1983(2 years)

B.S. Early Childhood Education

College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

September 1974 - December 1978(4 years)


Elizabeth Graue is Sorenson Professor in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A former kindergarten teacher, she received her PhD in Research & Evaluation Methodology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research interests include kindergarten policy and practice (particularly as they relate to readiness issues), home-school relations, research methodology, and classroom practice. She is currently engaged in a NSF funded professional development program for preK teachers focused on developmentally & culturally relevant preK mathematics. She is the author of Ready for What? Constructing Meanings of Readiness for Kindergarten and with Daniel Walsh Studying Children in Context: Theories, Methods & Ethics.


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