Faculty
Dr. Gregory Anderson
Dean, College of Education
Office of the Dean
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Saul Axelrod,  Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Special Education
Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education
Psychological Studies in Education, Emeritus Faculty
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Janelle Bailey, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Science Education
Science Education, TU Teach
Teaching & Learning
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Cynthia Belliveau, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Teaching/Instructional
Adult & Organizational Development
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies
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Julie L. Booth, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
Office of the Dean, Psychological Studies in Education
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Jean A Boyer, Ph.D., NCSP
Assistant Professor Teaching/Instructional
Applied Behavior Analysis, School Psychology
Psychological Studies in Education
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Joseph R. Boyle, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Special Education
Special Education
Teaching & Learning
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Carol Brandt, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Science Education
Science Education
Teaching & Learning
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Wanda Brooks, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Literacy Education
Literacy & Learners, Middle Grades Education
Teaching & Learning
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James P. Byrnes, Ph.D.
Professor of Educational Psychology and Applied Developmental Science
Educational Psychology
Psychological Studies in Education
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Robert Clark
Executive Director of the Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education (CTE), Associate Professor, Teaching/Instructional
Career & Technical Education, Science Education
Teaching & Learning
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Sarah A. Cordes
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies
Education: Ph.D., Public Policy, NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Fields: Education policy, economics of education, urban policy, labor economics, quantitative methods. M.P.P., Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy, Concentration in Social Policy BA, The College of William and Mary, History Areas of Professional Interest: Sarah Cordes is an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at Temple University. Her research and teaching interests are in the areas of education and urban policy, school finance, and applied quantitative methods. Her research focuses on the ways in which the urban context, including neighborhoods, housing, and charter schools, affect student outcomes. In particular, her current work explores the spillover effects of NYC charter schools on nearby public school students, the effects of residential and school mobility on student performance, and how changes in school resources influence parents' investments in their children's education. In other ongoing work, she is examining the effects of housing vouchers on student performance. She is a recent recipient of the C. Lowell Harris Dissertation Fellowship awarded by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy for her work on the relationship between school resources and parental investments.   Recent Scholarship: Cordes, S. A., Schwartz, A. E., Stiefel, L., & Zabel, J. (2015). Is neighbourhood destiny? Exploring the link between neighbourhood mobility and student outcomes. Urban Studies, 0042098014563469.   Read More
Maia Bloomfield Cucchiara, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Urban Education
Urban Education
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies
Maia Cucchiara is an Associate Professor of Urban Education at Temple University. Her research interests fall into three often-overlapping categories. First, she is interested in urban education policy and particularly in the intersections between policy assumptions and discourses, issues of race and class, and people’s lived experiences. Second, she studies family-school relations, with a focus on how class shapes parents’ experiences with urban schools and their children’s education more broadly. Third, she is interested in the impact of urban development and revitalization on public education and the implications for disadvantaged students.  Cucchiara is the author of Marketing Schools, Marketing Cities:  Who Wins and Who Loses When Schools Become Urban Amenities(University of Chicago Press, 2013).  http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/M/bo15112913.html. Her current project, an ethnographic study of low-income mothers’ experiences with parenting education, is funded by a postdoctoral fellowship from the National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation. Read More
James Earl Davis, Ph.D.
Professor of Educational Leadership, Bernard C. Watson Endowed Chair in Urban Education
Educational Leadership, Urban Education
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies
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Meixia Ding, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Education
Mathematics Education
Teaching & Learning
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Joseph P. DuCette, Ph.D.
Senior Associate Dean of Assessment and Evaluation, Professor of Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
Office of the Dean, Psychological Studies in Education
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Richard M. Englert, Ed.D.
Chancellor, Temple University, Interim Department Chairperson, Policy, Organizational & Leadership Studies, Professor of Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies
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Dr. Frank Farley
Laura H. Carnell Professor of Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology, School Psychology
Psychological Studies in Education
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Catherine A. Fiorello, Ph.D.
Department Chairperson, Psychological Studies in Education, Professor and Coordinator of School Psychology Program
School Psychology
Psychological Studies in Education
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Joseph P. Folger PhD.
Professor of Adult & Organizational Development
Adult & Organizational Development
Policy, Organizational, & Leadership Studies
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