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The Study Council

The Study Council is a partnership organization within the School of Education. This partnership includes educational leaders from Central New York school districts and BOCES who collaborate for a variety of educational services. The benefits of membership include:

  • Access to email listserv highlighting research
  • Announcements about education related speakers and event on campus
  • Regional conversations with networking opportunities
  • On-line book clubs and webinars
  • Professional development partnerships
  • Faculty research spotlights
  • Advisement and support

Recent faculty research spotlights include:

  • Lesson Study with Sharon Dotger (Science Education)
  • Social Emotional Learning with Melissa Luke (School Counseling and Counselor Education)
  • Christine Ashby (Inclusive Education; Institute on Communication and Inclusion)
  • Clinical Simulations for Emerging Teachers and Leaders with Benjamin Dotger (Teaching & Curriculum; Educational Leadership)
  • Bullying with Yanhong Liu (School Counseling)

The annual membership fee for the Syracuse University Study Council is $165. If you are a member district and want to discuss partnership ideas or if you are not a member district and would like to find out more about the Syracuse University Study Council, please contact:

Leela George, Assistant Teaching Professor
legeorge@syr.edu|315.443.2685
Leela George

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The Constitution of the Study Council at Syracuse University

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March 2021

Study Council Conversation Series: Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools

Wednesday, March 24, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Every other Wednesday, March 24-May 5

Professor George Theoharis will lead the Study Council in a CNY regional conversation series around his book Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools. We encourage you to attend as a leadership team from your school or district. This could include district, building and teacher leaders. Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools is available in eBook or hard copy, and the Study Council is willing to purchase for all registrants. Discussion schedule: March 24: Introduction (Chapter 1) April 14: Disability & Poverty (Chapters…

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April 2021

Study Council Conversation Series: Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools

Wednesday, April 7, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every other Wednesday, March 24-May 5

Professor George Theoharis will lead the Study Council in a CNY regional conversation series around his book Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools. We encourage you to attend as a leadership team from your school or district. This could include district, building and teacher leaders. Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools is available in eBook or hard copy, and the Study Council is willing to purchase for all registrants. Discussion schedule: March 24: Introduction (Chapter 1) April 14: Disability & Poverty (Chapters…

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Study Council Conversation Series: Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools

Wednesday, April 21, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every other Wednesday, March 24-May 5

Professor George Theoharis will lead the Study Council in a CNY regional conversation series around his book Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools. We encourage you to attend as a leadership team from your school or district. This could include district, building and teacher leaders. Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools is available in eBook or hard copy, and the Study Council is willing to purchase for all registrants. Discussion schedule: March 24: Introduction (Chapter 1) April 14: Disability & Poverty (Chapters…

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May 2021

Study Council Conversation Series: Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools

Wednesday, May 5, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every other Wednesday, March 24-May 5

Professor George Theoharis will lead the Study Council in a CNY regional conversation series around his book Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools. We encourage you to attend as a leadership team from your school or district. This could include district, building and teacher leaders. Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools is available in eBook or hard copy, and the Study Council is willing to purchase for all registrants. Discussion schedule: March 24: Introduction (Chapter 1) April 14: Disability & Poverty (Chapters…

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