Chris Hunt

Chris Hunt
Clinical Professor
Administration Program Chair—School of Education

Chris Hunt is a clinical professor and administration program chair for the School of Education at the University of Redlands.

Hunt’s expertise is focused heavily on education, history and leadership. He offers insight on topics such as the failure of the California Accountability Act of 1999, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the educational injustice of the accountability acts, the battle of Petersburg (1864-65) and assessment accommodations for special needs students.

Hunt has worked for more than 35 years in education as a teacher and school principal, and he is a recipient of the university’s Excellence in Teaching Award.

Hunt earned his doctoral degree in education and organizational leadership from the University of La Verne, and dual master’s degrees in history and educational administration from California State University, Los Angeles. His undergraduate degree is from Whittier College.

Academic Interests and Areas of Expertise

  • Education
  • U.S. history
  • Failure of California Accountability Act of 1999
  • Failure of No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
  • Education injustice
  • Battle of Petersburg 1864–1865
  • Assessment accommodations for special needs students

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