Nate Myers is assistant professor of educational foundations at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio where he teaches graduate courses in educational research, the history of education and educational philosophy. Of particular interest to Myers is the intersection between religion and public education in the United States. In addition to recently publishing journal articles and a book chapter in this area, Myers is in the midst of a historical book-length treatment of conservative Christianity and public education.
Nate used Baylor's oral history collection to support his conclusions in the book chapter, co-authored with James G. Cibulka, titled "Religious Faith and Policy in Public Education: A Political and Historical Analysis of the Christian Right in American Schooling," in Handbook of Education Politics and Policy, edited by Bruce S. Cooper, James G. Cibulka, and Lance D. Fusarelli (New York: Routledge, 2008), pp. 232-45.