Paul Dickler, Ed.D. is a Senior Fellow of FPRI’s Wachman Center and Teacher-in-Residence at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. He is a consultant for The College Board, ETS, and several universities and school districts. He is also on the staff of Camden County College.
He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, and his Master’s and Doctorate degrees from The University of Pennsylvania, as well. He has been the recipient of three Fulbright grants and five NEH grants, among others. Some of his post-doctoral studies have been at Beijing Normal University, St. Andrews (Scotland), Korea University, Princeton, and Stanford. Currently he also is a part-time farmer and factory worker.
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