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Stephen J. Caldas, Ph.D.
Professor, Educational Leadership
Room: 11B (ELI Corridor)
Thursday: 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. at NWBOCES; Other times by appointment
1 (914) 323-5199
Dr. Stephen Caldas is the co-author of the new book, Still Failing: The Continuing Paradox of School Desegregation (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014) and the forthcoming book Controls and Choices: The Educational Marketplace and the Failure of School Desegregation (scheduled to be published in 2015 by Rowman and Littlefield), both written with Carl L. Bankston. He previously wrote Raising Bilingual-Biliterate Children in Monolingual Cultures (published by Multilingual Matters in 2006) and co-authored the book Public Education: America’s Civil Religion: A Social History (with Carl L. Bankston III, published by Teachers College Press in 2009). He has co-authored three previous books with Carl L. Bankston III. Stephen has authored or co-authored more than 65 articles and book chapters. His research interests include the social, policy and legal contexts of education. He also conducts research in bilingual education and advanced multivariate statistics. He teaches educational policy and the suite of statistics courses to education doctoral students at Manhattanville College. He was formerly a Professor at Hofstra University and the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, and a Visiting Professor at McGill University in Montreal and L’Ecole nationale d’administration publique in Quebec City.
Areas of interest
Educational leadership; educational policy, bilingual education; advanced multivariate statistics