Rema Reynolds is a former teacher, counselor, administrator, and currently organizes Black parents for the improvement of student achievement in various schools. Rema is a Postdoctoral Fellow at UCLA and currently an Assistant Professor of Education at Azusa Pacific University.
Dr. Reynolds’ research is centered in urban schools serving culturally, ethnically, and racially diverse students and families. Specifically, Rema examines issues of parent engagement as they relate to Black families and student achievement, instructional strategies educators employ to honor and incorporate literacies students bring to the classroom, cultural competencies counselors and school counselors acquire through their respective preparatory programs, and the roles of school administrators in community and civic development. Read More