Britnie Delinger Kane is an Assistant Professor of Literacy Education at The Citadel’s Zucker Family School of Education. Broadly, her research interests focus on teachers’ professional learning about discipline-specific, conceptually rich, and equitable pedagogies. She had studied preservice teachers’ development of the professional judgment they will need for culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogies; how teacher collaboration and instructional coaching can support ambitious and equitable teaching; and—most recently—teachers’ professional learning about disciplinary literacy. Dr. Kane has published in Teachers College Record, the Journal of Teacher Education, the American Educational Research Journal, the Journal of the Learning Sciences, and elsewhere. She serves as the Literacy Program Coordinator at her home institution, the Associate Director of the Lowcountry Writing Project, and the Vice President of a non-profit organization focused on literacy at the secondary level, LiD 6-12 (Literacy in the Disciplines; www.lid6-12.org).