Cameron Fischer

Instructor, Human Development and Family Sciences
cameron.fischer@osucascades.edu

Office: 541-322-3100

Tykeson Hall

Tykeson Hall 314

1500 SW Chandler Avenue

1500 SW Chandler Avenue
Bend, Oregon 97702
Credentials: 
D.Ed. Educational Leadership, University of Oregon
M.A. Education, Prescott College
B.A. Sociology, Education Minor, University of California, Santa Cruz

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At OSU
Research/Career Interests: 

Early childhood education
Educational equity
Educational policy
English language learners
Qualitative research methods
Researcher-practitioner partnerships
Students with disabilities

Biography

Cameron’s interests focus on ways in which educational and social systems influence children, families, and educators. She is particularly concerned with how gender, race, ethnicity, and disability intersect with regard to equity, inclusion, and access to educational opportunity. Cameron’s past research has focused on access to quality childcare and early childhood education, the role of female sexuality in the secondary classroom, and educators’ perceptions of how English language learners with disabilities are served in schools. Prior to coming to OSU Cascades in 2004, she worked for over a decade as an educational assistant, special education teacher, and behavioral consultant.