Simeon Stumme, PhD
Assistant Professor of Foundations and Social Policy
Chair, Department of Foundations and Social Policy
College of Graduate and Innovative Programs
Dr. Stumme teaches several courses in the master’s of curriculum and instruction and the ESL program in Concordia University Chicago’s College of Graduate and Innovative Programs. His areas of research interest include bilingual education, second language acquisition and the experience of immigrant students in public schools.
- PhD, Education. University of California, Los Angeles.
- MA, Curriculum and Instruction. Chapman University, Orange, Calif.
Academic and Professional Highlights
- Teacher Commentary, in Home-School Connections in a Multicultural Society Learning From and With Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Families, Routledge 2009.
- “The Computer Science Pipeline in Urban High Schools: Access to What? For Whom?” (with Margolis, J., Holme, J., Estrella, R., Goode J. and Nao, K.). IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 2003.
- “Technology Rich, but Curriculum Poor: A Case of Technology in an Urban Latino/a High School” (with Goode, J. and J. Margolis). American Educational Research Association, April 2004.
- “The Computer Science Pipeline in Urban High Schools: Access to What? For Whom?” Estrella, R., J. Goode, J.J. Holme, J. Marglolis, K. Nao and S. Stumme. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 2003.
- “Forms of Resistance to Proposition 27.” National Association of Bilingual Educators (NABE), Spring 2000.