Helen Maniates

Associate Professor, Teacher Education
(415) 422-5917

Helen Maniates, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education and coordinator of the Master of Arts of Teaching Reading Program in the School of Education at the University of San Francisco. As a community engaged scholar, her work addresses both “schooled” literacy and out-of-school literacy practices. She works in partnership with local community-based organizations to provide an annual summer reading program for K-8 students that addresses summer learning loss. Her research projects...


PhD in Language, Literacy and Culture, University of California, Berkeley, 2010

Judith (Judy) Pace

Professor, Teacher Education
(415) 422-5189

Judy Pace is an education professor who uses case studies, inquiry projects, and film to challenge students to explore multiple perspectives on issues of educational justice. She does qualitative research on classroom teaching and its sociocultural and political dynamics, and her current project examines how teacher educators prepare preservice teachers for teaching controversial issues in divided societies and politically turbulent times.  Recent articles include “Contained risk-taking:...


EdD, Harvard University, CAS, Harvard University, MEd, Lesley College, BA, Brandeis University