B.S. in Exceptional Student Education – Florida International University; M.S. in Exceptional Student Education – THE University of Miami; Ed. D. in Curriculum, Teaching and Teacher Education – University of Florida
Dr. Ana Blaine has been in education for almost twenty years. Her past work experience includes teaching high school mathematics to students with Emotional and Behavior Disorders as well as serving as a Behavior Management Teacher within Miami-Dade County Public Schools. She is currently a Professor at Daytona State College and has taught in the School of Education for nine years. She serves as the Clinical Supervisor, Coordinator of the Educator Preparation Institute, Ombudsperson and liaison to the State, and is the Primary Contact for the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers scholarship. She has presented at numerous local, statewide, and national conferences discussing topics such as the social justice and meeting state standards in education. She assisted with the development and implementation of the Teacher Preparation programs at DSC by offering her expertise in Florida Statutes and program standards for education. Additionally, she has represented State Colleges and Educator Preparation Institutes throughout Florida as a participant and leader in several local school district and Florida Department of Education committees.