Urban Education

This endorsement program is for practicing teachers looking to earn another New Jersey teacher certification in English as a Second Language and/or Bilingual Education. We provide online courses, courses offered on campus, or courses taught within a school district space.   Course Number Course Name Credits
Three School of Arts & Sciences-Newark Faculty will lead Rutgers-Newark initiatives as part of a multi-institution project funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to facilitate community-based solutions in Newark and cities nationally
Lynnette Mawhinney arrived at Rutgers University–Newark in fall 2020 as Associate Professor of Urban Education and the new chair of the department, and is also affiliated faculty in the Department of African American and African Studies. 
Come join us for our SASN Majors & Minors Exploration Virtual Fair You'll be able to network & speak with faculty and representatives from various RU-N academic programs, departments and school. 
Three Rutgers University–Newark researchers are part of a group recently awarded a $2.7 million grant to launch an innovative online platform to help Black and Latino middle-school students develop their skills and identities as mathematical thinkers while fostering equity in the public educational system.
The Newark City of Learning Collaborative (NCLC) welcomes Robyn Brady Ince as its executive director. She was selected to provide transformational leadership to this nationally prominent initiative that has marshalled more than 40 partners, spanning higher education institutions, for-profit corporations, and nonprofit organizations, including faith-based, government, and philanthropic agencies, with a shared focus on the importance of accessing a postsecondary education to pave Newark’s path to equitable growth and racial equity.
Laura Krystal Porterfield, Ph.D. Associate Professor Educatonal Foundations University of Wisconsin-Whitewater November 18th | 12PM  “Re-thinking safety in urban schools: Black Girls’ Visual, Affective, and Discursive (Re)Conceptualizations of Safety”
Each fall we welcome a new crop of faculty to the School of Arts & Sciences Newark, and this year is no exception. A total of 13 scholars and instructors will start at SASN this semester, with more arriving in spring. Below, in Part 3 of our fall series, is our introduction to the third and final group joining our family   Naomi Jackson MFA Creative Writing Program