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Journal of Teacher Education Welcomes New Editor-in-Residence

The Journal of Teacher Education (JTE), AACTE’s flagship research journal, is pleased to announce its new editor-in-residence, A. Lin Goodwin. The role of the editor-in-residence is to serve as a knowledgeable other who has proven to be an essential and powerful voice in the field of education. This individual attends meetings with JTE editors, co-authors an editorial, and provides insight into the current state and future of the profession and solutions to overcoming challenges.

About A. Lin Goodwin

A. Lin Goodwin (葛文林) is the Thomas More Brennan Chair of Education at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development. Prior to joining Boston College, she was dean of the faculty (i.e., School) of Education at the University of Hong Kong (2017-2022) and vice dean at Teachers College, Columbia University (TCCU) in New York (2011-2017), where she also held the Evenden Foundation Chair in Education. Goodwin served as vice president of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) — Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education (2013-2016), and is a senior research fellow of the Learning Policy Institute. She received the 2022 Spencer Foundation Mentor Award honoring her work with emerging academics and doctoral students. She is the recipient of several multi-million-dollar U.S. federal grants to support TR@TC, an innovative teaching residency program at TCCU that she designed and launched in 2009, a program that has prepared 13 cohorts — and counting — of exceptional teachers for NYC schools.