Faculty Expert Profile

Annette Anderson

  • Assistant Professor
  • Deputy Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Safe and Healthy Schools


  • Center for Safe and Healthy Schools
  • School of Education

Annette C. Anderson is a professor in the School of Education and serves as deputy director for the new Center for Safe and Healthy Schools.

She is a native of Baltimore and a graduate of Baltimore City Public Schools, an experience that has left an indelible mark on her career interests in educational equity and adequacy. As a former principal and teacher, Anderson has become a leading expert during the pandemic on policies for determining how best to keep students safe and is available to discuss issues associated with the coronavirus and education.

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Redefining the K-12 experience
Published Aug 6, 2020
COVID-19 may force many K-12 schools to go all-virtual for fall. How can we make sure the children have a better experience than they did in spring?

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