Amy B. Schulting
Amy Schulting's current research is focused on the design and implementation of teacher-led truancy prevention efforts in the primary grades. Along with her colleagues, Philip Cook, Kenneth Dodge, Elizabeth Gifford, and Erika Hallerman, she is implementing The Early Truancy Prevention Project, funded by a Development and Innovation Grant from the Institute of Education Sciences. The Early Truancy Prevention Project takes a multi-pronged approach, integrating universal teacher home visits, teacher-led interventions for chronically-absent students, and innovative technology to guide and document teacher intervention efforts.
In addition to earning a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Duke University (2010), she also completed a M.Ed. in education administration from the University of Virginia (2002).
- Ph.D. Duke University - 2010
- M.Ed. University of Virginia - 2002
- B.A. Northwestern University - 1995
- A.B. Schulting, P.J. Cook & K.A. Dodge (Submitted, September, 2012). The Typology of Early Truancy: A Problem-Solving Framework to Guide Early Intervention Efforts. Society for Research in Child Development. [abs]
- A.B. Schulting & K.A. Dodge (April, 2009). The Kindergarten Home Visit Project. Society for Research in Child Development, Poster Presentation.
- A.B. Schulting (January, 2009). The Kindergarten Home Visit Project. Harvard University: Family Involvement Network of Educators (FINE) Newsletter, 1(1).
- A.B. Schulting (Spring, 2008). Promoting parent-school relationships during the transition to kindergarten. Harvard University, The Evaluation Exchange, XIV(1), 8.
- A.B. Schulting, P.S. Malone & K.A. Dodge (April, 2007). Kindergarten transition practices: Are they meeting the needs of low-income, minority children?. Society for Research in Child Development, Poster Presentation.
Amy B. Schulting
Office: Minneapolis, MN
Phone: (612) 756-3305