T. Jameson Brewer, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Social Foundations of Education at the University of
North Georgia. His teaching experience spans from the middle school, high school, undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels.
His research focuses on the impact of privatization of public education by way of school vouchers, charter schools, alternative
teacher certification, homeschooling, and venture philanthropy.
Kathleen deMarrais is a professor in the Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy
at the University of Georgia. With a background in sociology and anthropology of education, she serves as a qualitative methodologist
in UGA’s Qualitative Research Program. Her research focuses on qualitative methodologies, qualitative pedagogy, and the history
and funding of conservative philanthropists in the United States and their impact on educational policy and practice.
Kelly L. McFaden, Ph.D. is Associate Professor and Coordinator in the Social Foundations of Education program at the
University of North Georgia. Previously a middle and high school teacher, she now focuses on teaching social justice and equity-based
pedagogies to undergraduate and graduate students. Her research focuses on broad issues of social justice, gender and queer
studies, and comparative and international education.