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Sarah Davis, M.Ed.

Faculty, English as a New Language

Sarah Davis teaches 8th grade English and serves as an instructional coach in Lincoln, Nebraska. She has had the privilege of working with the ENL program since 2012 and teaches the course “Cultural Influences on Children’s Lives.” She graduated from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln with bachelors’ degrees in English and News Editorial writing and earned her M.Ed. through Magis Catholic Teacher Corps at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Currently, she is pursuing her Master’s in Administration from Doane University. From the small towns of rural Nebraska to Santiago, Chile, she has taught language learners from ages 2 to 18. When she’s not listening to copious podcasts, Davis is likely chasing around one of her nieces or nephews. 



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