Yolanda Sealy-Ruiz with Elizabeth Bishop: Learning Through Dialogue

Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Ph.D. is Associate Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University where the courses she teaches include The Teaching of English in Diverse Social/Cultural Contexts, Participatory Action Research Methods, and The Teaching of Writing. Her research interests include racial literacy development in urban teacher education, critical English Education with Black and Latino male high…

Tatyana Kleyn with Estrella Olivares-Orellana

Tatyana Kleyn is an associate professor in the Bilingual Education and TESOL programs at the City College of New York. She served as acting Co-Principal Investigator for the CUNY New York State Initiative on Emergent Bilinguals, which supports administrators in developing school-wide bilingual ecologies.  In 2007, she received an Ed.D. in international educational development at Teachers…

Susan Fuhrman on supporting women in education leadership

This interview with Dr. Susan H. Fuhrman appears as the sixth installment in a year-long series on the public scholarship of women in education leadership.  Dr. Susan H. Fuhrman is the President of Teachers College, Columbia University, founding Director and Chair of the Management Committee of the Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE), and former President of…

Karen Edge on role modeling and talent spotting for women in education

This interview with Dr. Karen Edge appears as the fourth installment in a yearlong series on the public scholarship of women in education leadership. Karen Edge is the Pro Vice Provost (International) at University College London (UCL) and Reader in Educational Leadership at the UCL Institute of Education in London, UK. Karen is an academic and advocate committed to…

The Public Scholarship of Women in Education Leadership

A yearlong interview series presented by Esteem: Conversations Between Educators   This year, Esteem will publish a series of interviews that connect two compelling areas of interest. One is the AERA 2016 Conference theme of public scholarship for diverse democracies. The other is women’s leadership in education. Recently, these two areas have converged on Twitter as…