Angela Lyle

Research Fellow

Dr. Angela Lyle is a research fellow in the School of Education working on the study, Designing Systems to Support Ambitious Elementary Science Instruction. Funded by the National Science Foundation, this project examines the work of designing education systems to support ambitious elementary science instruction. The aim of the study is to learn how districts, schools, and networks are developing and using new STEM learning environments to support high quality science learning and teaching in large numbers of elementary school classrooms.

Angela’s research specializes in large-scale instructional reform, policy implementation, educational networks, and educational leadership. Angela received her PhD in Educational Studies from the University of Michigan in the Educational Policy, Leadership, and Innovation program. She also holds an M.A. in K-12 Educational Administration and a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Sciences from Michigan State University. 

Angela is a former high school social studies teacher, teacher leader, and instructional coach. She has also served as a course and field instructor in the undergraduate and graduate teacher certification programs at the University of Michigan.