Eustace G. Thompson
Associate Professor of Teaching, Literacy and Leadership
Degrees: PHD, 1991, New York Univ; MA, 1978, New York Univ; MS, 1973, Long Island Univ Brooklyn; BA, 1966, CUNY City Coll
Dr. Eustace Thompson, Associate Professor, earned his B.A. from the City College of New York in political science and secondary education, M.S. from Long Island University in social science, and M.A. and Ph.D. from New York University in Educational Administration. Prior to his faculty appointment, he had 37 years of experience in urban and suburban public schools settings and held the positions of Deputy Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, H.S. Principal, and M.S. Principal. He is a certified curriculum auditor and walk-through supervision trainer. His special interests include curriculum development and organizational leadership. He contributed to over ten publications of Program Evaluation Audits in such diverse areas as Fort Bend, Texas, Oakland and Compton, California, and Baltimore, Maryland. His scholarly interests are in the areas of institutional racism and male subpopulation academic achievement.
Brooks, J.G. & Thompson, E.G. (2005). Social Justice in the Classroom. Educational Leadership, 63(1), 48-52.
Curriculum Auditor: A Curriculum Audit of the Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA. International Curriculum Management Audit Center, Phi Delta Kappa, International, May 16-21, 2005.
Curriculum Auditor: A Curriculum Audit of the Battle Creek Public Schools, Battle Creek, MI. International Curriculum Management Audit Center, Phi Delta Kappa, International, Oct. 3-8, 2004.