Kerri Mulqueen, D.A.


In this reflection, the author considers how the mission of Lasallian education can be fulfilled during times of great disruption and distance and offers close readings of both foundational Lasallian texts and progressive educational theory as lenses for rediscovering the essence of our mission as educators amidst the confusion and stress of pandemic life.

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Reflections on Lasallian Education during the Pandemic


mission, pandemic, responsive, community


About the Author

Dr. Kerri Mulqueen, who earned her doctorate at Saint John’s University in New York City, is an assistant professor of education at Manhattan College, where she oversees clinical placements for pre-service teachers and instructs courses such as Secondary Methods, Social Relations in the Classroom, and Adolescent Literacy. Dr. Mulqueen has an abiding interest in helping education majors and young teachers to grow their capacity as inclusive, equity-minded educators. She lives in the Bronx, New York with her two young world-shakers, Desmond and Iona, who ensure that she does not spend all of her days working.

ISSN: 2151-2515
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