- Jaime Grinberg
Montclair State University
JAIME GERARDO ALBERTO GRINBERG is an associate professor and director of the New Jersey Network for Educational Renewal at Montclair State University. His areas of expertise include the education of school personnel, historical and social analysis of education, professional development, comparative education, and teacher leadership. Recent publications include “The Constitution of Bilingual/ESL Education as a Disciplinary Practice: Genealogical Explorations,” in Review of Educational Research (with E. Saavedra); “Leadership for Social Justice: Authentic Participation in the Case of a Community Center in Caracas, Venezuela,” in the Journal of School Leadership (with K. Goldfarb); “Educational Administration as a Disciplinary Practice: Appropriating Foucault’s View of Power, Discourse, and Method,” in Educational Administration Quarterly (with G. Anderson); and “Moving Teacher Education in/to the Community,” in Theory Into Practice (with K. Goldfarb). In addition, he has published in Spanish on topics of leadership, history of school systems, and history of progressive teacher education.