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Angela Christine Stoltz

Executive Committee Member, reACT ThinkTank
Assistant Clinical Faculty


Dr. Angela Stoltz is Assistant Clinical Faculty in the College of Education's Teaching, Learning, Policy, and Leadership Department where she serves as the Middle Grades Mathematics and Science Professional Development School (PDS) coordinator. As PDS coordinator, Angela serves Middle Grades Math and Science pre-service teacher candidates and university supervisors, as well as mentor teachers and administrative staff at middle grades Professional Development Schools. In addition to her PDS role, Angela teaches: Elementary Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction, Interdisciplinary Teaching in the Middle Grades, Problem-Solving and Innovative Thinking In Mathematics Classrooms, and Assessing Mathematical Understanding and is piloting an Education for Sustainability course. Angela earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction (Mathematics Education) at the University of Maryland in 2019. Her dissertation focused on the persistence and success of undergraduates enrolled in developmental mathematics courses. Angela earned her Master's degree in Education in 2006 at Wilmington University and her Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences at the University of Delaware in 2001. She has experience teaching mathematics to middle schoolers, adults (GED prep), and undergraduates. Her research interests are access and equity in STEM, STEM teacher preparation, and Indigenous/IHE collaborations.


PhD, Curriculum and Instruction (now Teaching, Learning, Policy and Leadership; Mathematics Education)
University of Maryland
MEd (Elementary Education)
Wilmington University
BA (Social Sciences)
University of Delaware