Margaret Carroll

Margaret Carroll –

Margaret Carroll is a doctoral student at Boston University studying special education with a focus on teacher mental health and well-being. She is also a member of Project LINC. She previously earned a Master of Education in Special Education and Bachelors degrees in both History and Social Studies Education from Boston University. Margaret spent five years teaching social studies in Natick, Massachusetts. Her research interests stem from a desire to better understand the factors that contribute to the mental health of educators. With the ultimate goal of impacting student outcomes, she is interested in researching how schools, districts, and the education system can better support teacher mental health.



Carroll, M., Baulier, K., Schneider, C. C., Bettini, E., & Green, J. G. U.S. middle and high school teacher attributions of externalizing student behavior. Behavioral Disorders.

Green, J.G., Morabito, M., Savage, J., Goodman, N., Lincoln, E., Lanciani, J., Carroll, M., Kaler, L., Cooper, C., Norton, M., Vasquez, G., & Muller, R. (in press). Reasons police respond in schools: An analysis of narrative data from police incident reports. Child Abuse & Neglect.