Amanda Robinson holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Radford University in History and Social Science. She is also a graduate of Virginia Tech. At VT she earned her Masters of Arts degree from in Political Science composing her thesis on Political Socialization and its respective effects on small, single industry dominated coal communities. She has most recently earned her Educational Specialist degree from East Tennessee State University with a focus on Educational Leadership. Her post graduate work in her Ed.S program also included a focus on curriculum and instruction.
Mrs. Robinson resides in Tazewell County with her husband and children. Robinson teaches Dual Enrollment Government and A.P. Government at Richlands High where she also serves as the prom coordinator and the S.C.A. sponsor.
She additionally teaches adjunct courses via Southwest Virginia Community College, and the University of Virginia at Wise. Her interests include Politics, American History, swimming, and reading. She is a member of Pi Gamma Mu, national honors fraternity of the Social Sciences. In 2014, she completed the Applying Quality Matters Rubric training. She also received certification as a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer. This is a program designed to evaluate and improve the quality of online courses. Courses: United States Government I and United States Government II.