Middle and High School Education

From the Chair, Serigne Gningue

Welcome to the Department of Middle and High School Education. In keeping with our LUTE (Lehman Urban Transformative Education), we prepare students for initial New York State certification to teach academic and special subjects in middle and high schools, grades 5-12. Read More

 

Faculty Spotlight - Excellence in Research Award

Wesley Pitts (Middle and High School Education) works to build capacity so that urban science education can flourish where there are mutual interfaces. His research combines frameworks from cultural sociology with critical ethnography, cogenerative dialogue, coteaching, and prosodic analysis technology to investigate teaching and learning in the urban landscape. A complementary avenue of his research investigates the use of electronic portfolios as high-stakes exit projects in science teacher education programs.

 

Spotlight:

Dr. Immaculée Harushimana, Asst. Prof. of Language & Literacy

 


 

RS-HarushimanaFrom her first scholarly publication in the Journal of Border Education Research to her contributions as co-authorship of a newly published book, Dr. Harushimana is one of the leading advocates for facilitating the educational experience of African-born youth in schools in the United States. Earlier in the year, Dr. Harushimana, an Assistant Professor of Language and Literacy  gave several guest talks in Botswana and presented in Belgium on the issues of language and literacy among African youth.
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