Professor Craig centres her research on the influence of various school reform agendas on teachers’ knowledge developments and communities of knowing and the unintended consequences that school reform initiatives and educational policies may have on student learning. Cheryl Craig is a Past-President of the American Association of Teaching and Curriculum (2005), a Past Chair of the Narrative Research Special Interest Group and a Past Chair of the Portfolios and Refection in Teaching and Teacher Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association. Cheryl Craig received a Literati Network Award in 2011 for a chapter she authored and outstanding paper awards from the American Educational Research Association in 2009 and 2014. In 2011, she was named an American Educational Research Association (AERA) Fellow, the most highly esteemed honour in the field of education.
- Craig, C. (2020). Fish Jumps Over the Dragon Gate:An Eastern Image of a Western Scholar’s Career Trajectory. Research Papers in Education, 35(6), 722-745.
- Craig, C. J. (2020). “Data is [G]od”: The influence of cumulative policy reforms on teachers’ knowledge in an urban middle school in the United States. Teaching and Teacher Education, 93.