Terry S. Earley
Professional Education Program Assessment Coordinator and Lecturer for Educational Leadership and Social Studies Teacher Education Programs
Terry Earley earned a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Science from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. He also holds a Masters of Science Degree in Secondary Education from C.W. Post University, a Professional Diploma in Education Administration also from C.W. Post and a Ph.D. in Educational Administration from New York University.
Dr. Earley served in the Connetquot Central School District in Bohemia, L.I., NY for 31 years before retiring. He was a teacher of Social Studies, a coach of Football, Wrestling, Soccer and Baseball, a Dean of Students, an Assistant Principal and Principal. He also has served as the Project Coordinator for the New York State Mentor Teacher Intern Program (MTIP) for 6 years.
Dr. Earley has also been an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Dowling College and at St. John's University teaching on the graduate level in Educational Administration. He has been a presenter twice at the New York States Middle Schools Association Conferences discussing computerized discipline files and effective middle school principals. Dr. Earley has also been invited as a guest speaker at Eastern Suffolk BOCES to discuss the scheduling of middle schools as well as co-presenting the topic of on-line grade reporting. He has also been hired by several public school districts as a consultant giving workshops for parents on the topic of how to deal with the issue of homework as well as advising districts on the computer scheduling of their schools. Dr. Earley has been recognized by both "Who's Who in American Educators" and "Who's Who Among American Teachers."
Dr. Earley is presently the Assessment Coordinator for the Professional Education Program at Stony Brook University and is a Lecturer in the Social Studies Teacher Education Program. He also has chaired the Professional Review Committee for the Professional Education Program and sits on the Stony Brook University Wide Assessment Committee as well as participating on a sub-committee for University Program Assessment. Dr.Earley also teaches a Freshman Seminar for the University's College of Human Development.