Terry Husband is an Associate Professor of Early Childhood Literacy at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. His research interests concern: issues of social justice in early childhood classrooms, literacy development in Black boys in P-5 classrooms, and multicultural children’s literature.
274.001Literacy and Language Assessment
274.002Literacy and Language Assessment
Research Interests & Areas
1. Literacy development in Black boys 2. Critical Literacies in Early Childhood Classrooms 3. Social Justice and Equity Issues
The Ohio State University
Student Advocacy and Accommodations Award
Student Access and Accommodations Office
Outstanding Teaching Award
College of Education
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Husband, T., & Hunt, C. A review of the empirical literature on No Child Left Behind from 2001 to 2010. Planning and Changing 46.1/2 (2015): 212.
Lycke, K., Hurd, E., & Husband, T. Rural Teachers’ Literacy Practices In and Out of the Classroom: Exploring Teacher Characteristics and Literacy Tools. The Rural Educator 36.3 (2015)