Jolene E. Wallace, Ed.D.
...Jolene E. Wallace is Implementation Coordinator and National Faculty for the Comer School Development Program at the Yale Child Study Center.She
works collaboratively with schools in Detroit, Michigan; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Cincinnati, Ohio, providing support, direction, and training as the schools develop the Comer Process.Dr. Wallace received a Bachelor's Degree from Wilberforce University, a Masters Degree in educational administration from the University of Dayton, and a Doctor of Education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Cincinnati.She
has completed further study in education at Wright State University and Harvard University
. Dr. Wallace
was employed for thirty-one years in Dayton (Ohio) Public Schools.She
taught secondary French and English for twenty-one years.She also served as secondary assistant principal and principal.She retired in 1999 as Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education.
has worked on projects and initiatives to promote the delivery of quality education for needy children.She has taught graduate education courses at Central State University and Wright State University in Ohio.Her
research and professional focus includes performance expectations, teacher/student behaviors, and student self-perceptions. Dr. Wallace is a University of Cincinnati Graduate Fellow who was the first student to Chair a Board-appointed University Standing Committee on Student Standards for Performance and Conduct.She holds two distinguished dissertation awards for research in Student Perceptions of Teacher Behaviors that Lead to Success or Failure in Urban Secondary Classrooms.She
is affiliated with Phi Delta Kappa, Dayton School Management Association, Alliance of Black Female Doctors, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
. Dr. Wallace is currently Southwest Region Superintendent in the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada.