The CU Boulder School of Education is located at the flagship campus of the University of Colorado, situated at the base of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, 25 miles northwest of Denver. Our internationally recognized faculty’s deep commitments to equity and access are reflected in our research, policy, and practice. We seek scholars, staff, and students who are committed to addressing the pressing educational challenges facing our country from a wide array of disciplinary perspectives and to working with diverse populations. Join us!
Faculty scholars will join a nationally recognized faculty whose deep commitments to equity and access are reflected in our research, policy, and practice. We seek scholars who are committed to addressing the pressing educational challenges facing our country from a wide array of methodological and disciplinary perspectives and scholars who are committed to working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. What unites us as faculty, staff and students is our shared commitments to evidence-based policy and practice and democracy diversity, and social justice. Priority will be given to candidates with an active and coherent research agenda, a strong publication record commensurate with experience, and a corresponding record of success in obtaining outside funding. We seek candidates who are interested in contributing to our innovative teacher education programs and our doctoral programs across several areas.
For questions, contact: Suzanne Bonomo, Suzanne.Bonomo@colorado.edu.
The School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder seeks a tenure track assistant professor who specializes in critical, anti-racist education and whose work holds implications for critical, culturally sustaining pedagogies in multilingual K-12 classrooms and sites of educator preparation. The position, to begin in Fall 2021 (August 16, 2021), is located in our new Teacher Learning, Research, and Practice (TLRP) program, a program grounded in a commitment to the practice, study, and transformation of teaching, teacher learning, and teacher education in ways that honor humanizing thinking and action.
We seek a scholar who will deepen our understanding of racial inequality in education and explore the relationship between educational contexts and contemporary movements for racial and linguistic justice. This position is designed to invite applicants who may locate their work in critical social studies, language and literacy, or other interdisciplinary areas that are explicitly grounded in knowledge of public school classrooms and teacher education programs. We anticipate that the research done by this scholar may be conducted with teachers and address teacher learning, teacher education, practitioner research, and antiracist teaching in or out of schools.
The School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder seeks one full-time instructor in the Equity, Bilingualism, and Biliteracy (EBB) program beginning in the 2021-2022 academic year. We seek to hire a faculty member who is committed to teacher education focused on the preparation of anti-racist teachers who will work with culturally and linguistically diverse students, including bilingual learners, and to educational equity and justice. Our new hire will demonstrate evidence of strong U.S.-based K-12 teaching as well as experience teaching university undergraduate or graduate elementary teacher education courses. They will bring a focus on Latinx student populations. Preference will be given to candidates who are Spanish/English bilinguals.
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