EdD, Education Leadership, Liberty University, 2015
MA Reading Education, Bowie University, 2006
BS, Elementary Education/Minor Spanish, Howard University, 1995
Raised in Maryland, Annie Raney taught elementary and middle school for eleven years before moving into higher education. Currently, she teaches methods courses and student teaching seminar classes for the Education Department. She coordinates with local public school systems to place and supervise student interns. She trains and works with mentor teachers to prepare them for supervising WAU student interns.
Current Research or Professional Activities:
Annie Raney is entering the final stages of her doctoral program in educational leadership at Liberty University. Her dissertation research is in the area of the integration of technology and vocabulary instruction. She recently made a presentation at the NAD Teachers’ Convention on the importance of teaching reading at the secondary level. Her major areas of interest are in educational leadership, teaching reading in the secondary content areas, and the benefits of an Adventist education.