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  The Graduate School of Education 2004-2006 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Learning and Teaching  

Learning and Teaching

Degrees Offered:Master of Education, Doctor of Education

Chairperson:Michael W. Smith (732/932-7496, ext. 8120; email:

Members of the Faculty


Warren D. Crown, Ph.D., Chicago

Richard Duschl, Ph.D., Maryland

Gerald A. Goldin, Ph.D., Princeton

Carolyn A. Maher, Ed.D., Rutgers

Lesley M. Morrow, Ph.D., Fordham

Michael W. Smith, Ph.D., Chicago

Dorothy S. Strickland, State of New Jersey Professor of Reading, Samuel DeWitt Proctor Professor of Education, Ph.D., New York

Carol S. Weinstein, Ed.D., Harvard

Associate Professors:

Eugenia Etkina,Ph.D., Moscow State

Wallis H. Reid, Ph.D., Columbia

Helane Rosenberg, Ph.D., Florida State

Assistant Professors:

Lara Alcock, Ph.D., Warwick (UK)

Erica Boling, Ph.D., Michigan State

Julie Cheville, Ph.D., Iowa

Mary Elizabeth Curran, Ph.D., Wisconsin (Madison)

Abbe Herzig, Ph.D., Wisconsin (Madison)

Nora Hyland, Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)

Melanie R. Kuhn, Ph.D., Georgia

Carrie Lobman, Ph.D., Columbia (Teachers College)

Manya Raman, Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Sharon Ryan, Ph.D., Columbia

Keith H. Weber, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon

The Department of Learning and Teaching offers graduate programs leading to the master of education and doctor of education degrees for students with career interests in teaching, curriculum, and educational research at the elementary, secondary, and college levels. The department also offers master`s degree programs leading to a recommendation for teaching certification, as well as nondegree endorsement programs in P-3 education, English as a second language education, bilingual-bicultural education, and reading.

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