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Location: New York City, New York
Internal Number: 511799
Job Summary/Basic Function:Reporting to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Provost, and Dean of the College, the Vice Dean for Teacher Education and School and Community Partnerships will provide collaborative, imaginative, strategic leadership and advocacy for teacher education practice, policy, and research at the College. The person in this role will represent the College, and take a leadership role in, city, state, and national partnerships, policy deliberations, and scholarly professional organizations. Across these responsibilities, the Vice Dean for Teacher Education and School and Community Partnerships will support and further the College’s commitment to public education as a democratic project and its threefold commitment to teaching as inquiry, teaching as curriculum-making, and teaching for social justice. In company with other College leadership, and the College as a whole, diversity, equity, and inclusion will be central to the Vice Dean’s work.
The Vice Dean for Teacher Education and School and Community Partnerships will take advantage of the current moment not only to support but to enhance teacher education activity at the College, including support for early, mid, and late-career teachers, catalyzing new visions, innovations, and increased ambitions among the diverse and distinguished group of TC teacher educators, and will take the lead in developing our partnerships and initiatives in support of New York City children, youth, families, and communities, in particular, those, primarily Black, Brown, Asian, Indigenous, poor, disabled and newly immigrated, who are and have historically been most underserved. Equally critically, the Vice Dean for Teacher Education and School and Community Partnerships will support existing lines of research and scholarship, including public scholarship, in teacher education and related areas of professional practice and study, and will engage faculty in the development of new research initiatives.
Additionally, the Vice Dean for Teacher Education and School and Community Partnerships will lead in the reimagination and support of programmatic evaluation of teacher education at the College and will oversee the activities and initiatives of the Office of Teacher Education and other centers and offices that support teacher education.Responsibilities:
$150,000.00 - $170,000.00