Kevin S. Krahenbuhl is Interim Director of the Assessment, Learning, and School Improvement EdD Program and Assistant Professor of Education at Middle Tennessee State University. Kevin taught history for nearly a decade in K12, taught survey courses in history for several years in community college, taught social studies pedagogy and supervised pre-service teachers, and is engaged in ongoing research of cognition in history. Kevin recognizes historical understanding as among the most important for examining any issue in its context and for equipping people to engage civilly in society. He has published dozens of writings, including many peer reviewed research articles, two historical articles on the Crusades, and the release of his first book in 2018, The Decay of Truth in Education. Kevin is married to Allison and has four children: Audrey, Ethan, Sophie, and Ava.
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