Rebecca Grove

Rebecca Grove
Assistant Professor of Education,
Hood College

Rebecca Grove is assistant professor of education at Hood College. She was formerly assistant clinical professor and professional development coordinator in the Early Childhood and Special Education Programs at at the University of Maryland (UMD), and taught courses for English education majors. She was also a research assistant at the Morgan Education Group as a writing consultant, researcher, and contributing writer, focusing on  areas of research included college access, readiness, and retention, and school improvement; and an instructor, research associate, clinical experience supervisor, and program support graduate assistant at UMD College of Education. Grove received her PhD in curriculum and instruction from the University of Maryland.

updated 2003

Publications by Rebecca Grove
Year Two Progress Report, 2002–03—Executive Summary
Beginning in early 2001, First 5 California Children and Families Commission (First 5 California) provided matching funds to county First 5 Commissions in support of programs aimed at improving retention and increasing training and professional…
Year One Progress Report, 2001–2002
Sensitive and stimulating interactions between children and early care and education (ECE) staff are the basis of high quality care. Furthermore, research suggests that both stability and training within the ECE workforce lead to higher quality…