James Coviello, Ed.D.
James Coviello, Ed.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership. Dr. Coviello is a graduate of the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations at the University of Texas at El Paso and a 2017 Graduate Fellow in Public Policy at the Archer Center of The University of Texas System. In 2018, he was named a David L. Clark Scholar by the American Educational Research Association. His research focuses on the intersection of equity, leadership, and policy implementation, specifically related to the superintendency. Before pursuing his doctorate, James was a classroom teacher for ten years in New York and New Jersey.
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, The University of Texas at El Paso
- M.A. in Education, Saint Peter's University
- B.A. in Fine Arts, Syracuse University
Coviello, J. C. (2017). What every principal should know about social justice leadership. TEPSA: Instructional Leader, 30(6), 9-12.
Coviello, J. C. & DeMatthews, D. E. (2016). ‘This too shall pass’: A new principal’s experience with school improvement. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 19(2), 43-51.
Coviello, J. C. & DeMatthews, D. E. (2018) ‘Holistic engagement': Framing theory, community engagement, and the superintendency. In H. Shaked, C. Schechter, & A. Daly (Eds.), Leading holistically: How schools, districts, and states improve systemically. New York, NY: Routledge.