Diana Turk is the Director of Teacher Education at NYU Steinhardt’s School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and an associate professor and Chair of the Department of Teaching and Learning and Co-Director of the NYU Teacher Residency. She received her MA and PhD in American Studies from the University of Maryland at College Park. She brings to her work in teacher education a passion for civic engagement, a commitment to teaching for democratic change, and a dedication to the fundamental belief that all teachers must be prepared to reach and teach all learners. An active and committed anti-racist who recognizes the need for all students to have teachers who see, know, and understand them, as well as look like them, Diana is passionate about building a highly diverse and effective teacher corps that is anti-racist, culturally sustaining, and rigorously dedicated to teaching and guiding the nation’s children.

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