Carol Karpinski

Professor

Peter Sammartino School of Education


Selected Publications:

Karpinski, C. F. (2012). “Why do they hate us?” Leading amid criticism, crisis, and disrespect. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, University Council of Educational Administration, University of Texas.

Karpinski, C. F.(2010). “Prince Edward County: Cooperation amid conflict,” Lincoln University Journal of Social and Political Thought. 7(1), Lincoln University, PA.

Karpinski, C. F. (2010). “‘We have a long way to go’: H. Councill Trenholm, educational associations, and equity.” Paedagogica Historica, 45(1/2).

Karpinski, C. F. (2008). “‘This is MY school, not yours.’ ” An assistant principal’s attempt to lead,” Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, University Council of Educational Administration, University of Texas.

Karpinski, C. F. (2008). A Visible Company of Professionals: African Americans and the National Education Association during the Civil Rights Movement, New York: Peter Lang Publishing

Lugg, C.A., Karpinski, C. F. (2008). “Religion in the schools.” In S. Mathison and E. W Ross (Eds.) Battleground schools: An encyclopedia of conflict and controversy, Greenwood/Praeger.

Lugg, C. A., Karpinski, C.F. (2007). “The political paradoxes of scientific research in education.” In F. English and G. Furman (Eds.), Research in educational leadership: Navigating the new National Research Council Guidelines. Lanham, MD, Rowman and Littlefield.

Karpinski, C.F. (2006, Dec.). “And the band played on: The Wilson Middle School Arts program and social justice.” Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership 9(4), University Council of Educational Administration, University of Texas.

Karpinski, C.F., Lugg, C.A (2006). “Social justice and educational administration: No longer mutually exclusive?” In A. R. Shoho (Ed.) Journal of Educational Administration 44(3).

Karpinski, C.F. (2006, May). “Bearing the burden of desegregation: Black principals and Brown”, Urban Education 41(3).

Karpinski, C. (2004). “Meeting the needs of individual students.” In J. Lewis, K. Jongsma, and S. Berger (Eds.), On the Frontline: Advocating effectively for your classroom, your school, and your profession. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Karpinski, C. (2004). “Mutual respect.” In J. Lewis, K. Jongsma, and A. Berger, (Eds.) On the frontline: Advocating effectively for your classroom, your school, and your profession. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.


Selected Presentations:

Karpinski, C. F. (2016, April) .H. Councill Trenholm: Leadership for change in the National Education Association. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians, Providence, RI

Karpinski, C. F. (2014, Nov.). Civil rights, local action: Nashville, Arlington, and Selma teachers, 1960- 1965. Paper presented at the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) annual meeting in Washington, DC.

Karpinski, C. F. (2014, April). Looking for leadership models that reflect innovation and sustainability: A Case study of Fannie C. Williams, Principal. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) convention in Philadelphia, PA.

Karpinski, C. F. (2013, Oct.). Setting the right precedent: H. Councill Trenholm and a strategy for change. Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) in Baltimore, Maryland. Karpinski, C.F. (2011, Nov.). Builder of character”: The Leadership of Principal Fannie C. Williams, 1921-1954. Paper presented at the 2011 History of Education Society (HES) meeting, Chicago, ILL.

Karpinski, C.F. (2010, Nov.). ‘You know how to grab a little straw to get going:” West Virginia Teachers Association 1940-1954. Paper presented at the 2010 History of Education Society meeting, Boston, MA.

Karpinski, C. F. (2009, Oct.). Lutrelle Fleming Palmer: School, teachers and politics in Virginia, 1920-1943. Paper presented at the 2009 History of Education Society meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Karpinski, C. F. (2008, Nov.). Helen Bain: New leadership for urban educators and teacher associations. Paper presented at the 2008 History of Education Society meeting, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Karpinski, C. F. (2008, Oct.). Modeling association leadership for social justice: H. Council Trenholm and the American Teachers Association. Paper presented at the University Council for Educational Administration convention, Orlando, Florida.

Karpinski, C.F. (2008, July). “We have a long way to go.” H. Councill Trenholm, educational associations and equity. Paper presented at ISCHE 30 International Standing Conference for the History of Education, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.

Karpinski, C. F. (2007, Nov.). Teachers as leaders for social justice: Searching for models across time. Paper presented at the 2007 University Council for Educational Administration convention, Alexandria, VA.

Karpinski, C.F. (2007, Oct.). Extraordinary obstacles, extraordinary efforts: Prince Edward County, 1959-1964. Paper presented at the 2007 meeting of the American Educational Studies Association in Cleveland, OH.

Karpinski, C. F. (2007, Oct.). Women activists and their professional associations in the early civil rights movement. Paper presented at the 2007 History of Education Society meeting, Cleveland, OH.

Karpinski, C.F. (2007, Apr.). A convergence of interests: Urban educators and Civil Rights activists in the National Education Association, 1960-1972. Paper presented at the 2007 American Educational Research Association convention, Division F, Chicago. Ill.

Karpinski, C. F. (2006, Oct.). Defending “real teachers:” The National Education Association’s DuShane Fund. Paper presented at the 2006 History of Education Society meeting, Ottawa, Canada.

Karpinski, C. F. (2005, Oct.). No longer the “Invisible Minority”: Braulio Alonso, Hispanic Americans, and the National Education Association, 1960 – 1970. Paper presented at the 2005 History of Education Society meeting, Baltimore, Maryland.

Karpinski, C. F. (2005, Apr). Joe L. Reed: At the nexus of politics and education. Paper presented at the 2005 American Educational Research Association convention, Division F, Montreal, Canada. Karpinski, C. F. (2004, Nov.). Prince Edward County: Cooperation amid massive resistance. Paper presented at the 2004 History of Education Society meeting, Kansas City, Missouri.

Karpinski, C. F. (2004, Apr.). Faculty diversity: Brown and the demise of the Black principal. Paper presented at the 2004 American Educational Research Association convention, Division A. San Diego, CA.

Karpinski, C. F. (2004, Apr.). Bearing the burden of desegregation: The plight of Black principals after Brown. Paper presented at the 2004 American Educational Research Association convention, Division F. San Diego, CA.


Short Abstract

University College

Peter Sammartino School of Education
Mail Stop T-BH2-01
1000 River Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666


Courses taught:

Final Project

Seminar for Apprenticeship Teachers

Evaluation and Measurement

Field I

Field II


Research interests:

teacher leadership, history of education, politics of education, teacher associations, assessment


Credentials:

B.A. History, University of California, Santa Barbara

M.A. History, University of California, Santa Barbara

Ed. D. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey