The School of Education Visiting Fellows program is designed to provide a forum where leading researchers and practitioners can exchange ideas, debate, study, and evaluate new approaches to reforming educational practice in the United States. The program seeks progressive thinkers from both the public and private sectors with an interest in changing American education by examining the most relevant issues in K-12 reform.
In collaboration with School of Education faculty and staff, Visiting Fellows develop a work plan on a reform topic of joint interest which can involve a public policy presentation, participating in a panel discussion or class presentation, or joining in our incubator program for the development of new approached to education reform.
For the 2011-2012 academic school year , the School of Education is pleased to announce its first Visiting Fellows appointments - Peter Groff, Julie Mikuta, Rich Rosen and Michael Sandler. For more information about our visiting fellows, visit their biography pages by clicking their photos below.
|Peter Groff||Julie Mikuta|
|Rich Rosen||Michael Sandler|
|Arthur Levine||George Cigale|