Salvatore Vascellaro is a member of the graduate faculty at Bank Street College of Education. As a faculty member he has overseen the work of fieldwork advisees in hundreds of schools across New York City; taught courses in curriculum development; consulted in NYC public and independent schools; and done presentations for teachers, administrators, and families. Recently he has co-planned and led “long” trips to areas in the country and world for educators to experiences social issues and social change first hand. Before joining the Bank Street faculty he was principal of the New Lincoln elementary school. As a teacher in public and independent schools he taught children ages three through eleven. He earned a doctorate at Teachers College, Columbia University, and focused his research on progressive teacher education. He lives in New York City with his wife, Nancy.
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