Professor Stephanie Jones works at The University of Georgia, in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice. She teaches ethnographic- and place-based teaching, feminist theory and pedagogy, social class and poverty, early childhood education, and literacy. Her print-based scholarship on the intersections of literacy, social class, gender, and pedagogy has been published in journals such as Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Educational Researcher, Gender and Education, Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, Journal of Teacher Education, Language Arts, Reading Research Quarterly, Feminist Teacher, and Teaching Education. She is the author of Girls, Social Class and Literacy: What Teachers Can Do to Make a Difference, co-author of The Reading Turn-Around: A Five-Part Framework for Differentiated Instruction, editor and chapter author of Writing and Teaching to Change the World: Connecting With Our Most Vulnerable Students. Her ideas have been a source of inspiration to many researchers and teacher educators in different countries. Pieces from her collaborative graphica project with James F. Woglom have been published in Harvard Educational Review, Teachers College Record and Phi Delta Kappan as well as in edited volumes on justice-oriented teacher education, social justice education, and qualitative methodologies. Furthermore, she is deeply involved as director or co-director of several projects that combine research, teaching, and research.