Craig Peck

Craig Peck

Department Chair, Associate Professor
Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) Department

Office: 366A SOE Building


  • Ph.D. in History of Education, Stanford University, 2001
  • M.A. in American History, Stanford University, 2001
  • M.A. in English Education, Teachers College/Columbia University, 1994
  • B.A. in English and American Literature and Language, Harvard University, 1990

Research & Publications

  • Principals
  • Urban Schools
  • Educational Reform

Peck, C., Kappler-Hewitt, K., Mullen, C.A., Lashley, C.A., Eldridge, J., & Douglas, T.M.O. (2015). Digital youth in brick and mortar schools: Examining the complex interplay among students, technology, education, and change. Teachers College Record, 117(5).

Peck, C. (2014). Paradigms, power, and PR in New York City: Assessing two school accountability implementation efforts. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22(114).

Peck, C., & Reitzug, U.C. (2014). School turnaround fever: Paradoxes of a historical practice promoted as a new reform. Urban Education, 49(1), 8-38.

Douglas, T.M.O., & Peck, C. (2013). Education by any means necessary: Peoples of African descent and community-based pedagogical spaces. Educational Studies, 49(1), 67-91.

Link to Dr. Peck’s CV