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Holly King, PhD

Antioch University Graduate School of Leadership and Change

Holly King, Ph.D. is Vice President of Specialized Services for Cognia, supporting accreditation and continuous improvement for early learning schools, digital learning, STEM, and corporations. She is an experienced educator with a demonstrated history of working in the Education and Professional Training industry. With over two decades working within early learning programs in private, non-profit, and school district settings she specializes in Early Childhood Education, K-12 Educational Leadership, Educational Technology, Organizational Development, Training, Adult Education, and Quantitative Methods.

Educational History

Doctor of Philosophy, Leadership and Change; Antioch University
Master of Arts, Early Childhood Education; University of Colorado at Denver
Master of Arts, Leadership and Change; Antioch University
Bachelor of Arts, Theatre; Cornell College

King, H. M. (2019). Redefining the measurement of early childhood program quality and child
outcomes [White paper]. Retrieved from http://p2tomorrow.org/impact-plans/redefining-themeasurement-of-early-childhood-program-quality-and-child-outcomes/ (new window)

King, H. M. (2019). Early childhood assessment. The Source, Winter 2019. Retrieved from
https://www.advanc-ed.org/source/early-childhood-assessment2 (new window)

King, H. M. (2017). Teacher affective attitudes inventory: Development and validation of
a teacher self-assessment instrument (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from
http://aura.antioch.edu/etds/352 (new window)

King, H. M. (2017). Responding to marginalization of students of color in K-12 education. The
Source, Spring 2017. Retrieved from http://www.advanc-ed.org/source/respondingmarginalization-students-color-k-12-education (new window)

King, H. M. (2016). Success in school and life: It starts at birth. The Source, Spring 2016.
Retrieved from http://www.advanc-ed.org/source/success-school-and-life-it-starts-birth (new window)

Holly King, PhD

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Graduate School of Leadership & Change

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