Sheree Sharpe

Sheree is a post-doctoral associate in the Poincaré Institute for Mathematics Education at Tufts University. She earned her Ph.D. in mathematics education from the University of Miami, her M.A. degree in mathematics from the University of Georgia, and her B.A. degree in mathematics from Wesleyan College (Macon, GA). She has experience teaching mathematics at the high school and undergraduate levels. Sheree has expertise in large database quantitative analyses, mainly measurement analysis, analysis of variance, regression, multi-level modeling, and structural equation modeling.
Her dissertation entitled “Examining the characteristics of High Schools in which Black students achieve in mathematics” focused on the settings in which Black students are successful academically. Her primary research focuses on the types of mathematical errors middle school students make. Sheree also research the impact of teaching practices of mathematics teachers on their students’ mathematics achievement.