Theoharis Examines School Equity, Pandemic Parenting
Honors Core Faculty George Theoharis is co-editor with Rebecca Lowenhaupt of the recently published book, Parenting in the Pandemic: The collision of school, work, and life at home, published by Information Age Press, Scottsdale, AZ. The edited volume consists of first-person essays written by education professors from around the country as they navigated parenting school aged children when school was taking place largely at home. The collection includes contributions by six Syracuse University education faculty and two Syracuse University alums. More information about the book is available here.
Theoharis is also co-author of Five Practices for Equity-Focused School Leadership, a comprehensive guide for school leaders who desire to engage their school communities in transformative systemic change. Sharon I. Radd, Gretchen Givens Generett, Mark Anthony Gooden, and Theoharis offer five practices to increase educational equity and eliminate marginalization based on race, disability, socioeconomics, language, gender and sexual identity, and religion.
Theoharis is a Professor of Educational Leadership and Inclusive Elementary/Early Childhood Education in the Teaching and Leadership Department at Syracuse University. For more information about his work in the field of education, visit his faculty website.