Dr. Arnold Dodge
Chair, Educational Leadership and Administration DepartmentAssistant Professor of Education
B.A., Stony Brook UniversityM.S., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University Ph.D., New York University
Arnold Dodge, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of education at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University, where he serves as the chairperson of the Department of Educational Leadership and Administration. Dr. Dodge retired in August 2007 after serving as superintendent of schools in the East Rockaway School District. Prior to assuming the superintendency, he served in districts in Nassau and Suffolk as a central office curriculum administrator, school principal and teacher. In his 40th year in education, Dr. Dodge has a research agenda that includes a focus on the effects of high-stakes testing and standardized protocols on students, teachers, schools and families. Other scholarly interests include the impact of race and poverty on schooling and social and emotional learning. He is working on partnerships with a global reach, including programs being planned with schools and universities in South Africa and China.
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District Administration (Kindergarten through Grade 12)