Sabrina Wesley-Nero

Sabrina Wesley-Nero directs the undergraduate Program in Education, Inquiry and Justice (EDIJ) and is head of the Teacher Preparation program in the M.A. in Educational Transformation (MAET) program. She teaches courses on urban education, educating the whole child, and philosophy of education; facilitates undergraduate experiences that integrate coursework, community based learning and school-based praxis; and collaborates with schools and teachers to support teacher development and student learning. Prof. Wesley-Nero has extensive experience in the field of education. She has taught in English as a Second Language, Spanish bilingual, Spanish immersion, and general education K-12 classrooms. She served as Director of Curriculum for the New Teacher Project in New York and Director of Research and Program Evaluation at Center for Inspired Teaching in Washington, DC. Professor Wesley-Nero has conducted research on the preparation of teachers of English learners and the professional development of school leaders in Washington, DC.

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    Associate Teaching Professor, Education, Inquiry and Justice