Several recent K-12 Executive Ed.D. and Traditional Ed.D. doctoral graduates from the Department of Education Leadership, Management, and Policy published articles in peer-reviewed journals and delivered research presentations at national conferences.
Dorian Gemellaro, Ed.D. published "The Influence of NJ School Report Card Variables on NJ ASK 5 Scores" in the Fall 2013 issue of the AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice. Dorian's article raised questions about the value of the variables listed on the NJ Report Card to explain student achievement. View the article »
Michael Cohen, Ed.D. published " In the Back of Our Minds Always’: Reflexivity as Resistance for the Performing Principal" in the International Journal of Leadership in Education: Theory into Practice. Find more information »
Maria Pereira, Ed.D. co-published "An Evaluation of the Influence of Interim Assessments on Grade 8 Student Achievement in Mathematics and Language Arts" in the International Journal of Education Leadership Preparation.
Darrell Carson, Ed.D. co-published an "Understanding School Administrator Influence on Co-Taught Classrooms" in the Middle School in the Education Leadership Review.
Tim Plotts, Ed.D. will co-publish "The Superintendent’s Influence on Student Achievement" in the AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice.
Candi Mascia Reed, Ed.D. published Characteristics of an Effective Writing Literacy Program Odyssey, Gallaudet University Press, Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center Vol. 13, 2012.
Seton Hall K-12 ELMP doctoral graduates were well represented at the annual conference of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, held in East Rutherford NJ.
Christie Robinson, Ed.D., co-presented "The Influence of Inclusion on the Academic Performance of General Education Students on the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge in Grades 6, 7, 8" at the NCPEA National Conference in East Rutherford, NJ.
Kate Kieres, Ed.D., co-presented "A Study of the Value Added by Transformational Leadership Practices to Teachers' Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment" at the NCPEA National Conference in East Rutherford, NJ.
Dawn Graziano, Ed.D., co-presented "Faculty Mobility in New Jersey High Schools and its Influence on NJ HSPA Scores" at at the NCPEA National Conference in East Rutherford, NJ.
Doctoral student Christopher Lynch co-presented "Predicting State Test Results in Mathematics and Language Arts Using Community Demographic Data" at AERA, San Francisco, CA.