Associate Professor or Professor of Curriculum and Instruction: Bilingual Education

By | September 9, 2017

The Language, Literacy, and Social/Cultural Studies programs in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction includes undergraduate degrees with multiple majors; master degrees with several specialization options; and doctoral degrees (EdD and PhD) in a variety of fields. This faculty member will collaborate with the existing English Language Arts, Literacy and/or Social Studies education faculty as they engage in scholarship and teaching to improve instruction and raise achievement for students from traditionally low performing or marginalized populations.

Specifically, this faculty member will provide leadership for the development of a bilingual education program at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He or she will maintain an active research agenda, teach bilingual education courses, seek external funding to support the program, engage in work with schools, and advise/mentor students.