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Carlee Escue Simon

Title: Assistant Professor
Tel: 513-556-2006
Email: escuece@ucmail.uc.edu

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, College of Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2010 (Educational Administration and Policy: Public School Finance, Research and Evaluation Methodology (REM) Minor).
  • Master of Education, College of Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2007 (Educational Administration and Policy).
  • Bachelor of Design, College of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2000 (Architectural Design).

Research Information

Research Support

  • (PI), Pennington, Yvette; Simon, Carlee, An Inclusive Leadership Model: University of Cincinnati’s Enhancement of Special Education Competency for Educational Leaders, Department of Education. (RSC15083 / H027A140111), $74,999.52. 12-14-2015 to 06-30-2017. Status: Awarded.
  • (PI), Pennington, Yvette; Simon, Carlee, An Inclusive Leadership Model: University of Cincinnati’s Enhancement of Special Education Competency for Educational Leaders, Department of Education. (RSC16097/H027A160111), $35,000.64. 07-01-2016 to 06-30-2017. Status: Awarded.

Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

  • (2010). Escue, Carlee Poston and R. Craig Wood. “Zuni Versus the Department of Education: The Impact of Fiscal Equity.” Planning and Changing 41:3/4 (Winter 2010), 187-197. ..
  • (2010). Wood R. Craig, Linda Eldridge, Harbour, H., Homard, J., Testa, M., and Carlee Poston Escue. “The Reality and Conflict of Principal’s Training Programs Within Best Education Schools Specialty Rankings: Educational Administration & Supervision as Identified by U.S. News & World Report.” SRCEA 2010 Yearbook...
  • (2011). Escue, Carlee Poston, William Thro, and R. Craig Wood, R. “Some Perspectives on Recent School Finance Litigation.” West’s Education Law Reporter, 268 Ed. Law Rep. 601 (August 2011)...
  • (2012). Escue, Carlee Poston. “Adequate Yearly Progress as a Means of Funding Public Elementary and Secondary Education for Impoverished Students: Florida Funding.” Journal of Education Finance 37:4 (Spring 2012), 347-373...
  • (2012). Escue, Carlee Poston and Christopher Swaboda. “Hierarchical Linear Modeling of School and District AYP Reports: Florida Education Funding Decisions.” Journal of Education Finance (Accepted)...
  • (2012). Thro, William and Carlee Poston Escue. “Doubt or Deference: Comparing the South Dakota and Washington School Finance Decisions.” West’s Education Law Reporter, 281Ed. Law Rep. #2 pg 771 (August 2012)...

Invited Publications

  • (2011). Escue, Carlee Poston. “Economic Hardships: Exploring Alternative Funding Sources.” National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, (July 2011), available online at http://nces.ed.gov/whatsnew/conferences/statsdc/2011/Session_XI.asp#H ..
  • (2010). Escue, Carlee Poston and R. Craig Wood. “Identification, Distribution and School-level Allocation: Providing a Poverty Index Model Recognizing Distinctive Needs of Schools.” National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, (July 2010), available online at http://nces.ed.gov/whatsnew/conferences/statsdc/2010/session_IV.asp ..
  • (2009). Syed, Syraj and Carlee Poston Escue. “Reflections on the Uses of the Academic Journal in Socialization of the New Scholar.” Florida Journal of Educational Administration & Policy 3, no. 1 (2009), 62-68. ..
  • (2009). Wood R. Craig and Carlee Poston Escue. “Education Finance Distribution Formulas and Poverty Index Models.” National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, (July 2009), available online at http://nces.ed.gov/whatsnew/conferences/statsdc/2009/index.asp ..
  • (2008). Wood R. Craig, Deziree Elliot, Carlee Poston Escue, and Anyjah Neverson Heatley. “North Carolina School Boards Association v. Moore: A Decision Without a Solution,” ELA Notes (2008)...
  • (2011). Escue, Carlee Poston (December 2011). Invited Presentation- Education Finance School Law Podcast, Education Law Association. ..

Book Chapters

  • (2012). Escue, Carlee Poston. “Should the leadership of each individual school have the authority to determine how money is spent at that particular school?” Debating issues in American education, edited by William Thro (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., September 2012)...
  • (2012). Escue, Carlee Poston. “Should schools base teacher salaries on student performance?” Debating issues in American education, edited by William Thro (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., September 2012)...

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • (2012). Escue, Carlee Poston, R. Gregg Tracy, and Daniel J. Milz. (January 2012). Leading in Urban Schools: Training, Culture, Values, and Untruths. National Urban Education Conference, Institute for Urban Education, Central State University, Wilberforce, OH.
  • (2011). Escue, Carlee Poston (July 2011). Invited Presenter, Economic Hardships: Exploring Alternative Funding Sources. National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Bethesda, MD.
  • (2011). Decker, Janet, Carlee Poston Escue, and R. Gregg Tracy. (January 2011). Training School Leaders in Urban Environments: Ethics, Leadership, Legal Responsibilities and Funding. National Urban Education Conference, Institute for Urban Education, Central State University, Wilberforce, OH.
  • (2010). Escue, Carlee Poston and R. Craig Wood. (July 2010). Invited Presenter, Identification, Distribution and School-level Allocation: Providing a Poverty Index Model Recognizing Distinctive Needs of Schools. National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Bethesda, MD.
  • (2009). Escue, Carlee Poston and R. Craig Wood. (July 2009). Invited Presenter, Education Finance Distribution Formulas and Poverty Index Models. National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Bethesda, MD.
  • Escue, C.P. Invited Presentation (12-2011). Education Finance School Law Podcast Education Law Association, Pod Cast.

Paper Presentations

  • (2012). Thro, William and Carlee Poston Escue (March 2012). Doubt, Not Deference: A Emerging Trend in School Finance Litigation. National Education Finance Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • (2011). Decker, Janet, Carlee Poston Escue, and Chad Packer (November, 2011). National War on Collective Bargaining. Paper presentation for the annual meeting of the Education Law Association, Chicago, IL.
  • (2011). Packer, Chad and Carlee Poston Escue. (May 2011). The Financial Health of Ohio Public School Districts During and After DeRolph v State I-IV: Economic Health and Legislative Mandates. Presenting to the National Education Finance Conference Annual meeting, Tampa, FL.
  • (2011). Escue, Carlee Poston (March 2011). 2010 State of the States and Provinces: Florida. Presenting to the Association for Education Finance and Policy Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA .
  • (2010). Thro, William, R. Craig Wood, and Carlee Poston Escue. (November 2010). School Funding Litigation: Contemporary Expansion. Education Law Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  • (2010). Escue, Carlee Poston and Syraj Syed. (October 2010). Examining Leadership Decision Making Given School-Level Funding Resources: What are the Determining Factors that Drive or Restrain Decisions in Mitigating the Effects of Impoverished Schools and Attaining Educational Adequacy? University Council for Educational Administration Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  • (2010). Escue, Carlee Poston. (March 2010). Structural Equation Modeling Path Analysis and District AYP Reports: Florida Education Funding Decisions. Presenting to the American Education Finance Association Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA.
  • (2010). Escue, Carlee Poston. (March 2010). Hierarchical Linear Modeling of School and District AYP Reports: Florida Education Funding Decisions. Presenting to the American Education Finance Association Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA.
  • (2009). Escue, Carlee Poston and John Dayton. (October 2009). Amendment Strike Down and Public Education: Florida Supreme Court Decisions to Remove Amendments 5, 7 and 9 from the General Election Ballot, Presented to the Education Law Association Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY.
  • (2009). Wood, R. Craig, Linda B. Eldridge, Harbour, H., Homard, J., Testa, M., and Escue, C. P. (October 2009). "The Reality and Conflict of Principal's Training Programs Within Best Education Schools Specialty Rankings: Education Administration & Supervision as Identified by U.S. News & World Report, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • (2009). Escue, Carlee Poston and Patrice Iatarola. (March 2009). 2009 State of the States and Provinces: Florida. Presented to the American Education Finance Association, Nashville, TN.
  • (2009). Escue, Carlee Poston (March 2009). Statistical Analysis of Interpretations of the Federal Range Ratio: Zuni v. the Department of Education. Presented to the American Education Finance Association, Nashville, TN.
  • (2009). Escue, Carlee Poston and Zaria Malcolm. (March 2009). Higher Education Act Reauthorization: Implications of Policy on the State of Florida. Presented to the American Education Finance Association, Nashville, TN.
  • (2008). Wood, R. Craig and Carlee Poston Escue. (November 2008). Zuni v. Department of Education: Statistical Equity Defined by the U.S. Supreme Court. Presented to the Education Law Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  • (2008). Escue, Carlee Poston and Brittany Larkin. (November 2008). Comparative Study of Pre-K Programs and Funding in the Fifty States. Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research Annual Meeting, Hutchinson Island, FL.
  • Escue, C.P. (05-2012). Multi-disciplinary Collaboration and Pedagogy in Higher Education: Funding Collaboration, San Antonio, Texas.
  • (2008). Escue, Carlee Poston (April 2008). An Examination and Analysis of the Fiscal Issues Associated with the Nation’s Largest Online School: The Florida Virtual School. Presented to the American Education Finance Association, Denver, CO.
  • Escue, C.P., Tracy, R.G., and Milz, D.J. (01-2012). Leading in Urban Schools: Training Culture, Values, and Untruths., Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio.

Symposium

  • (2011). UC3: Cross Campus Certificate In Innovation And Entrepreneurship - Carlee Poston Escue, College of Education; Jason Heikenfeld, Novel Devices Laboratory; Charles H. Matthews Center For Entrepreneurship Education & Research; and Steven Doehler, Industrial Design. Symposium presentation for the annual meeting of National Entrepreneurship Education Forum, Cincinnati, OH..
  • (2011). Wood, R. Craig, William Thro, M. David Alexander, Christine Kiracofe, and Carlee Poston Escue: presider. (November, 2011). It’s All About the Money: Perspectives on the State of School Finance. Panel presentation for the annual meeting of the Education Law Association, Chicago, IL..
  • Decker, J., Escue, C.P. and Packer, C. (11-2011). National War on Collective Bargaining.. Chicago, IL. Conference.

Lectures

  • (2009). K-12 Finance Policy Research. University of Texas at Arlington.
  • (2009). Public School Finance. University of Florida.

Honors & Awards

  • , 2009. David L. Clark National Graduate Student Scholar in Educational Administration and Policy. American Educational Research Association, University Council For Educational Administration, and SAGE Publications sponsored research seminar.
  • J .W. Martin and A. M. Martin Phillips Scholarship awarded by University of Florida , 2009.
  • Student of the Month awarded by Department of Educational Administration and Policy , 02-2008.
  • J .W. Martin and A. M. Martin Phillips Scholarship awarded by University of Florida , 2007.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 2008 to 2009, Associate Editor, Florida Journal of Educational Administration & Policy. ,.
  • 2007 to 2010, Assistant to the Executive Director, American Education Finance Association. ,.
  • 2007 to 2009, Subject Matter Expert, writing Algebra 1 online curriculum and course evaluation., Florida Virtual School (FLVS) , State of Florida.
  • 2005 to 2008, Mathematics Teacher., P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School., Gainesville, FL.
  • 2001 to 2005, Mathematics Teacher., J.W. Mitchell High School., Trinity, FL .

Service

  • Chair, National Education Finance Conference. to 2010
  • Advisory Board, Institute for Urban Education, Central State University. 2010 to To Present

Board Certifications/Licenses

  • Florida Professional Educator’s Certificate., Technology Education (grades 6-12)
  • Florida Professional Educator’s Certificate., Mathematics (grades 6-12)
  • Florida Professional Educator’s Certificate., Educational Leadership (all levels)

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  • 2007 to To Present ,American Education Finance Association
  • 2008 to To Present ,American Educational Research Association
  • 2008 to To Present ,Education Law Association
  • 2007 to To Present ,University Council for Educational Administration
  • 2010 to To Present ,Associate Chair , . national Education Finance Conference. Organize national conference for education finance experts.
  • 2011 to 2012 ,UC3 Chair, . University of Cincinnati. Developed undergraduate certificate for multi-disciplinary collaboration focusing on entrepreneurship, ideation, and force for change.
  • 2011 to To Present ,PhD Council Representative for Educational Policy and High Education Strand, . Collaborate to develop PhD strand and program for the School of Education.
  • 2012, Research Fellow, . Economic Center, University of Cincinnati. Collaborate with Economic Center.

Courses Taught

  • 18-EDLD-874 PERSONNEL ADMIN
    Level: Graduate

  • 18-EDLD-894 ETHICS & ED LEADERS
    Level: Graduate

  • 18-EDLD-878 FISCAL ASPECTS ED
    Level: Graduate

  • Level: Graduate