Bernnell Peltier-Glaze
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Bernnell Peltier-Glaze

Bernnell Peltier-Glaze

Assistant Professor

Educational Administration and Foundations
ED245 College of Education
Phone: 713-313-7496

Primary Research Focus
Leadership in Urban Education
Ethics in Education
Educator Preparation
Efficacy in Education
Early Childhood
Diversity and Multicultural Issues

Professional Biography
Dr. Bernnell Peltier-Glaze is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations at Texas Southern University. Her responsibilities include teaching administrator preparation courses and supervising administrative interns. She also serves on several department committees.

Dr. Peltier-Glaze has worked with families and children/students through both the social services and education systems in the states of Louisiana, Georgia, New York and most recently Houston, TX. In the K-12 system, she has served as a classroom teacher, mentor teacher, supervising teacher, administrative intern/assistant principal/administrator, principal, director and trainer. She has been responsible for professional development for teachers and principals. She is a certified teacher and administrator and also does educational consulting.

Dr. Peltier-Glaze was honored as an "invitee" at the David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy held in San Diego, CA in 2004 where she presented research from her dissertation, "Teachers' Perceptions of the Role of the Principal Regarding Teacher Retention in an Urban School District." She also presented research from her dissertation in a "Ticketed" session at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum (ASCD) Conference held in Orlando, Florida in 2005. Additionally she has presented at several local, state and national conferences. Her publications include "The Role of the Principal in Teacher Retention " in Texas Study of Secondary Education.

Courses Taught
EDFD 581 Foundations of Education
EDAS 780 Problems in Educational Administration
EDAS 781 Internship I
EDAS 782 Internship II
EDAS 800 Human Resources Leadership and Management
EDAS 850 Leadership and Campus Culture

Academic Degrees
Ed.D. Sam Houston State University
M.A. Texas Southern University
B.A. Louisiana State University

  Lillian B. Poats
College of Education
  Bernell Peltier-Glaze
  Associate Dean,
Academic Affairs, COE
  Jessica Davis
  Assistant Dean,
Student Affairs, COE
  Ingrid Haynes-Mays
  Interim Chair,
Curriculum & Instruction
  Candy Ratliff
  Interim Chair,
  Collette M. Bloom
  Interim Chair,
Ed. Admin & Foundations
  Dwalah Fisher
  Interim Chair,
Health & Kinesiology