Jerell Hill is the Dean and Assessment Coordinator in the School of Education at Pacific Oaks College, serving as a faculty advisor for Multiple Subject Credential candidates. His responsibilities include program development, supporting adjunct faculty, accreditation, budgeting, and program oversight. Dr. Hill's areas of research interest include Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs), student motivation, educational administration, special education, and urban schools.
Dr. Hill's professional memberships include the American Educational Research Association (AERA), California Association of African-American Superintendents and Administrators, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (Co-Chair of the Diversity and Cultural Competence Committee), and The Council of Exceptional Children. Dr. Hill has been a Keynote Speaker and presenter at the International Congress of Educators in Lima, Peru.
|B.A||University of California, Irvine, Irvine, Ca||2000|
|MA Ed.||University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Az||2004|
|MA Ed.||Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, Ca||2009|
|Ed.D.||Taft University, Denver, Co||2018|
|Co-Chair||ISTSS (Int'l Society for Traumatic Stress Studies)|
|Member||CEC (Council for Exceptional Children)|
|Member||CAAASA (Cal. Assoc. of African-Am. Supt. and Administrators)|
|Multiple Subjects Teaching Clear Credential, California|
|Education Specialist Clear Credential, Californai|
|Administratrive Services Clear Credential, California|
Hill, Jerell B. (2021). COVID 19: Exploring the uncertainties between clinical practice and distance learning for Pre-Service Teachers.. Journal of Practical Studies in Education, Vol. 2 (No.2), p.1-13.
Hill, Jerell B.. (2020). Teaching with purpose: ACEs aware, healing-informed.. Retrieved from https://www.acesconnection.com/g/aces-in-education/blog/teaching-with-purpose-aces-aware-healing-informed