Jacqueline Yahn

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Jacqueline Yahn is an associate professor of teacher education at Ohio University where she teaches regional higher education students across five campuses. Yahn’s research focuses on: (a) the impact rural industries (e.g. resource extraction, farming, manufacturing) have on school funding and community capitals, (b) societal issues relevant to rural schools and communities, and (c) the theory and practice of community and career connected learning (CCCL) in rural schools. She is currently a fellow in the Institute for Measurement Methodology in Rural STEM Education (IMMERSE) at the University of South Carolina and the director of the OHIO Rural Teacher Fellowship.