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Dr. Amy DagleyDr. Amy Dagley is the Endowed Professor of Educational Administration in the College of Education and Human Development.

She is an assistant professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education and Human Development.

Dagley earned her Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Communications/English, and Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Alaska Southeast. She earned a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Alabama.

Dagley is a certified teacher in both Alaska and Alabama, and a certified administrator in Alabama. She served as a member of the Executive Board of a Local Affiliate of NEA-Alaska from 2002-2007 where she worked in numerous capacities including treasurer, building representative, and president.

With her many years of educational experience in secondary education, Dagley has co-written many publications, including a series of yearly federal and state education legislation publications titled "Federal and State Legislation," written in The Yearbook of Education Law.

Dagley has also presented "Employee Speech Issues in Schools and Universities," and "Update on Constitutional, statutory, and common law privacy claims in universities and schools."

In conjunction with her education experience, Dagley's extensive leadership experience brings stability to the classroom.

Dagley served as a member as the Alaska Writing Consortium, and the Interim Dean of Students at Dillingham Middle and High School in Dillingham, Alaska. As a new teacher mentor, Dagley supported new teachers in a variety of ways, including lesson planning and morale.

While at the University of Alabama, Dagley received the Outstanding Student in Educational Leadership Award, and was a recipient of the James A. Hood Endowed Scholarship for Diversity and the Graduate Council Research Fellowship.

She was inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society in education, and was nominated as Teacher of the Year for Dillingham City Schools in 2006.


About the Endowment: 

The Endowed Professorship in Education Administration endowment was established to encourage and reward excellence in teaching, learning and research at ULM.