Dr. Todd Alan Price

Dr. Todd Alan Price is a member of the Professors of Curriculum Society and President of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies. He serves as a board member on the Illinois Association of Colleges for Teacher Education where he advocates on behalf of teacher education. Dr. Price is Director of the Curriculum, Advocacy and Policy major in the Teaching and Learning EDD program, in the National College of Education, National Louis University, where he advises students and supports their dissertation completion. He teaches Curriculum Theory: Contemporary Issues and Practices,Critical Policy Analysisand Social Justice Perspectives on the History and Philosophy of American Education. His research includes teacher preparation, civic education, and studies in international education.

  • Thirty years in higher education, tenured professor
  • Served in the American Association for University Professors
  • Served on the Curriculum and Programming committee
  • Attended KUSD schools, graduated from Tremper High School
  • Two sons attending Lincoln Middle School and Tremper High School
  • Married to Ginger Price, KUSD Substitute Teacher
  • Parent supporter of Scouts BSA, two sons in Troop 533
  • Volunteer with the Wisconsin Public Education Network
  • Author of several educational research articles, chapters, and books