Education Expert Witness

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Education expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on education. The education expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Athletic Training, Brain Injury Medicine, Critical Care Surgery, Education & Schools, Meteorology, Nurse, Public Health, Real Estate, and School Safety.

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Robert P Gelhart, Ed.D.

Laguna Niguel, California
School Safety, Education & Schools - Education, School Safety, Handicapped Children, Special Education, School Premises Liability, Bullying, Sexual Molestation
Dr. Gelhart is a licensed Educational Psychologist and credentialed School Counselor and Teacher. He specializes in school safety including sexual molestation, physical and emotional trauma and wrongful death of handicapped children. He has over 40 years of experience in education at all instructional levels.

Chuck N. Schilke, JD George Washington University Business School

Washington, District Of Columbia
Real Estate, Public Health - Arbitration, Mediation, Architecture, Banking, Construction, Economics, Education, Schools, Environmental, Financial, Hotel, Restaurant, Legal, Management, Securities, Investments

William L. Bainbridge, PhD, FACFE William L. Bainbridge, PhD, FACFE & Associates, LLC

Jacksonville, Florida
Education & Schools, School Safety - school evaluation, sexual abuse, child custody school evaluation, school standards of care, school safety, education standards of care, school related accidents, education, higher education, secondary education, elementary education, playground accidents, athletics and recreation
William L. Bainbridge, Ph.D., FACFE, is a forensic education expert with extensive experience in school, college and preschool related accidents, incidents & sexual abuse/sexual assault and educational evaluation for child custody. He has been court qualified as a schooling and education standards/policy expert in over 30 states. President and CEO of the SchoolMatch® Institute and Distinguished Research Professor at The University of Dayton, he is the former superintendent of three school districts in Ohio and Virginia and served on the executive staff of the Ohio Department of Education.

Kysha Harriell, PhD, LAT, ATC The Rehberg Konin Group

Safety Harbor, Florida
Athletic Training, Education & Schools - Women’s health, Title IX, gender and racial discrimination, disability discrimination, education, academics, plagiarism, academic grievance, faculty performance, promotion & tenure, higher education
Dr. Kysha Harriell is the Executive Director of the Office of Academic Enhancement and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Kinesiology & Sport Sciences in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Miami. In addition, Dr. Harriell is currently the Chair of the Residential Faculty Program. She also serves as a contributing faculty at the University of St. Augustine. Before joining the Department of Kinesiology & Sports Sciences, Dr. Harriell worked in the University of Miami's Athletic Department from 1997-2005 as an Assistant Athletic Trainer with the University of Miami's Athletic Department with the football, women’s basketball, soccer, and track and field teams. Dr. Harriell is a first-generation college graduate. She received her bachelor’s degree in Movement Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from the University of Pittsburgh (1996). She received two master’s degrees, one in Sports Medicine, and the other in Sports Administration fro...

Morgan B Yarker, PhD, CCM Yarker Consulting

Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Meteorology, Education & Schools - Forensic meteorology, data analysis, education, demonstration, severe weather, weather preparedness, PM2.5, ice, rain, snow, hail, wind
Dr. Yarker is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist with over 15 years of research experience. Prior work includes analyzing, evaluating, and educating the public about weather forecast models, analysis of PM2.5 air quality data, and developing educational materials and demonstrations to effectively communicate meteorology concepts.

Erica Duff, RN, MSN, CNL, CCRN

Brooklyn, New York
Nurse, Critical Care Surgery - Intensive Care Unit, Cardiothoracic Surgery ICU, Surgical ICU, Cardiovascular Disease, ECMO, RVAD, LVAD, Impella, IABP, CRRT, Heart Transplant, Lung Transplant, Liver Transplant, Kidney Transplant, CABG, Valvular Disease, Robotic Surgery, Tracheostomy, Education, Quality, Regulatory
I have been a registered nurse for over seven years. I began my nursing career in 2014 and have worked primarily with cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery patients (acute, stepdown and intensive care). I received my Masters degree from Sacred Heart University in 2016. I have over three years of experience in the intensive care unit caring for cardiothoracic surgery patients, general surgery patients and transplant patients. I worked as a bedside ICU nurse throughout the Covid-19 pandemic in a large New York City hospital. I currently work as the Clinical Resource Nurse on a cardiothoracic surgery ICU focusing on nurse education, quality measures and regulatory aspects of healthcare. I am trained to manage patients throughout their hospital course, pre/post surgery, direct admits from the OR and recovery from open heart surgery and transplant surgery. I am also trained in mechanical circulatory support devices such as ECMO, Impella, Intra-aortic Balloon Pump, LVAD and RVAD. I am co...

Virginia L. Rhodes, Ed.D. Renegade Learning

Cincinnati, Ohio
Education & Schools, School Safety - school,urban school,secondary school,STEM,education,magnet,negligence,high school,teacher,supervision,principal,LEA,student,teacher hiring,evaluation,school culture,professional error,school leadership,teacher training,school safety,liability,school accident, discrimination, race,disability
35+ years in public education administration, teaching & policy Founding Principal of the largest public U.S. urban STEM high school. Founding Principal of the 1st environmental public high school in Ohio. Developer of a unique innovative "T2" teacher hiring process. Policy--former School Board member in large urban district. Expert in School transformation, collaborative school design and leadership, experiential education, program design, school culture & discipline, multicultural education, and training & supervision of all school personnel Articulate and engaging speaker on school policy, practice, and transformation. Rhodes can offer extensive experience on many aspects of school-related liability for negligence, both elementary and secondary. Rhodes travels, speaks publicly, conducts research and training workshops in the U.S. and internationally, and evaluates U.S. schools and districts for accreditation. Dr. Rhodes is an exception analytical thinker and writer.

Brenda Eagan-Johnson, EdD Brain Injury Neurodevelopmental Consulting, LLC

New Castle, Pennsylvania
Education & Schools, Brain Injury Medicine - Pediatric brain injury, personal injury, acquired brain injury, TBI, concussion, traumatic brain injury, mild-severe, MVA, carbon monoxide, lead, poisoning, near drowning, development, brain, school, education, transition post-secondary, child, teen, young adult, K-12, college, academic, 504 Plan
Dr. Brenda Johnson is highly specialized in a niche area of education & transition following pediatric child, teen, & young adult brain injury. She received her Doctorate from Johns Hopkins University specializing in Mind, Brain, & Teaching (educational neuroscience). Dr. Johnson investigates brain injury from a functional neurodevelopmental & clinical perspective, looking at cognitive, behavioral, socio-emotional, & learning skills by examining a student’s home, school, & community activities of daily living following all severities of pediatric brain injury. School-based pre- & post-brain injury investigation is a nuanced area that requires expert interpretation. Dr. Johnson identifies if & to what extent a brain injury has impacted learning & behavior. Brain injury can affect skills that have not yet matured, depending on areas of the brain that were damaged & at what point in development. New cognitive or behavior deficits can emerge as the child's brain develops over time. ...

Virginia L. Rhodes, Ed.D. Renegade Learning

South Carolina
Education & Schools, School Safety - school,urban school,secondary school,STEM,education,magnet,negligence,high school,teacher,supervision,principal,LEA,student,teacher hiring,evaluation,school culture,professional error,school leadership,teacher training,school safety,liability,school accident, discrimination, race,disability
35+ years in public education administration, teaching & policy Founding Principal of the largest public U.S. urban STEM high school. Founding Principal of the 1st environmental public high school in Ohio. Developer of a unique innovative "T2" teacher hiring process. Policy--former School Board member in large urban district. Expert in School transformation, collaborative school design and leadership, experiential education, program design, school culture & discipline, multicultural education, and training & supervision of all school personnel Articulate and engaging speaker on school policy, practice, and transformation. Rhodes can offer extensive experience on many aspects of school-related liability for negligence, both elementary and secondary. Rhodes travels, speaks publicly, conducts research and training workshops in the U.S. and internationally, and evaluates U.S. schools and districts for accreditation. Dr. Rhodes is an exception analytical thinker and writer.