Alexandria Hodge


Alexandria Hodge is a resident with Urban Teachers and Johns Hopkins University, studying for her MSc.Ed. in Special Education. She has an MA.Ed from University College London Institute of Education, and studied the language acquisition of refugee and asylum-seeking students who had experienced trauma, struggled with a disrupted formal education, and faced a hostile political climate in the UK. She has worked for War Child UK in London, advocating for improved education and living conditions for children growing up in conflict zones; PEN American Center in New York City, supporting the concept of global freedom of speech; and the Central High School Foundation in Omaha, upholding the idea that all students should have access to quality public education, regardless of income.