Craig Markson, EdD
Dr. Craig Markson is an Assistant Dean, Lecturer, and Educational Leadership Program Graduate Coordinator with the School of Professional Development at Stony Brook University. He is responsible for off-campus graduate programs that meet the professional development needs of in-service K-12 teachers. Dr. Markson serves on many school district policy boards as well as on the Eastern Suffolk BOCES Accreditation for Growth Council.
Dr. Markson earned his EdD from Dowling College in Educational Administration, Leadership and Technology. His dissertation, Modes of instruction for K-12 school leadership candidate coursework and internship preparation in the ISLLC standards and candidate gender and candidate scores on New York State licensure assessments , was published in 2013. Dr. Markson's research interests include the efficacy of online school leadership preparation, State assessments, ISLLC Standards, gender and school leadership, teacher evaluations, and the relationships among poverty and academic achievement.
Dr. Markson teaches HEA 510 (Fundamentals of Technology in Higher Education) and EDL 595 (Educational Leadership Research Project Seminar). His former students have placed first and second for best research paper at the 2014 Educational Leadership Research Fair at Stony Brook University. At the 2015 Educational Leadership Research Fair, his students took first, second, and third place.