What Students are Saying About the Program

Signy Emler, M.Ed., M.A., S.B.L. Social Studies Teacher Lindenhurst UFSD

"I truly believe in order to implement the vision I am developing for effective leadership of public schools, I must delve more deeply into the research required of Ed.D. candidates. I believe that Molloy's program will provide me with the skill to investigate and propose solutions to current problems in public education in the United States. My short-term goal is to deepen and expand my understanding of public education, in particular to truly understand the best way to educate all students. I am motivated, always, by a commitment to social justice."

Signy Emler, M.Ed., M.A., S.B.L.
Social Studies Teacher
Lindenhurst UFSD

Desiree Moodley, Ed.M. Lecturer Cornerstone Campus Cape Town, South Africa

"On attending several workshops and conferences on learning styles and learner-centered pedagogies in the United States, Europe, Turkey and South Africa over the years, and, having cited from her writings and research, the name of one of Prof. Dunn's protégé's, that of Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld, was already familiar to me. It was thus a natural progression for me to make contact with this renowned figure to supervise the next stage of my study; to read for a doctoral programme that seeks to deepen and widen my gaze into the field of social justice, leadership and transformation in diverse learning communities."

Desiree Moodley, B Mus Ed B Ed Hon M Ed Curriculum Studies
Lecturer, Cornerstone Campus
Cape Town, South Africa

Alma G. Rocha, M.S., S.D.A. Assistant Principal Freeport UFSD

"Continuing my education is more than academic study; it is for me as a professional, as a wife and as a mother, a necessity. Professionally, preparing to meet the challenges of educating our students is an impossible task with the constant changes and never-ending demands. I must evolve to meet the needs of the new era in education, and this move will not happen magically; however, I will continue to work towards a better system for everyone, most importantly, the students."

Alma G. Rocha, M.S., S.D.A.
Assistant Principal
Freeport UFSD