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Thomas Noel Jr.

Thomas Noel has held positions in the areas of teaching, administration, and instructing roles in K-12 and higher education settings. Most recently, Noel worked with students and families in grades K-8 in Rochester, NY, in a summer academic enrichment program, teaching students reading, writing, and arithmetic, as well as engaging them in academic and social field trips, swimming and other exercise activities.

  • PhD in Education Policy, University of Rochester
  • MALS in Education and English Literature, Rutgers University
  • BA in Psychology and African American Studies, Rutgers University
Courses Taught
  • A&S 595 Workshop in Educational Leadership
  • A&S 811 Assessment and Accountability
  • SCG 711 Culture, Power and Education
  • SCG 735 Quantitative Research Methods I
  • SCG 755 Quantitative Research Methods II
  • SCG 775 Frameworks of Inquiry in Educational Research I
  • SCG 785 Frameworks of Inquiry in Educational Research II

Research Interests
Teacher residency requirements, neighborhood schools, teacher education and leadership, pedagogy, school choice ​