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Carol Cash

Clinical Assistant Professor


Dr. Carol Cash is a clinical assistant professor specializing in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. She earned an Ed.D. in Educational Administration from Virginia Tech. She has published on educational administration matters and presented at many state, regional, and international conferences.

In addition to her teaching and research activities, Dr. Cash engages in professional service activities. She has been a member of several task forces, such as the NASSP task force for No Child Left Behind and the state task force on local scoring of Standards of Learning. She has also served on committees for the Virginia Beach City Public Schools division, such as the Career Inclusion Committee for and the Governor’s Magnet School Selection Committee. Finally, Dr. Cash has been recognized for her exemplary professional contributions. She received the Research Award from the CEFPI and was appointed the Virginia Secondary Principal of the Year in 2000. Dr. Cash’s professional and scholarly contributions enrich the Virginia Tech School of Education community.


Ed.D.  Educational Administration, Virginia Tech

Ed.S.  Educational Administration and Supervision, George Washington University

M.S.  Guidance and Counseling, University of South Alabama

B.S.  Mathematics, University of South Alabama

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae 

Facilities, Special Education, The principalship

With many years experience in teaching and leadership positions in a variety of K-12 school settings, Dr. Cash provides authentic and meaningful learning experiences for the graduate student cohorts in the Educational Leadership program. As a former principal, assistant principal, director of secondary education, and director of guidance, she provides in-depth and practical curricula that enable students to apply theory to practice, as well as be prepared to assume leadership positions in K-12 and higher education settings. Dr. Cash’s research experience includes the evaluation of architectural and educational design as implemented and utilized by building educators; relationships between building condition and student achievement and behavior in small rural high schools in Virginia; relationships between building condition and student achievement and behavior in North Dakota high schools.

    Hokie Bird

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