Education is not the means to an end. It is the means to a beginning.
Larina completed her high school diploma at an alternative school in Idaho. She started her undergraduate program at the University of Idaho. After some time away, she returned to college, first finishing her sophomore year at Treasure Valley Community College and then completing a B.S. in Liberal Arts with a minor in political science at Eastern Oregon University.
Several years later, she earned my M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction from Saint Xavier University. Throughout the program, she studied educational issues related to first-generation, low-income students.
Larina now has an EdD in Education Leadership from Creighton University. Her dissertation is titled “Legislating Morality: Legislated Codes of Ethics and Sanctions Related to Teacher Misconduct.”
Larina a chronic learner. She regularly engages in informal education, especially related to poverty, educational technology, and underrepresented populations in education.
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