Daniel Katz, PhD

Daniel Katz has been a member of the faculty at the College of Education and Human Services at Seton Hall University since 2002. He completed his doctoral work in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy at Michigan State University. He was a high school English teacher in Hawai’i, where he taught at both the Punahou School and at the St. Francis School. At Seton Hall, he teaches courses on educational foundations, diversity, curriculum, and English methods.

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5 Tips for Sudden Homeschool Students and Parents

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, some parents are learning how to homeschool their kids for the first time. If you're one of them, here are some tips to help get you through. read more