Dr. Darrell S. Carson is a proud Jersey City native. He attended Jersey City Public Schools and believes in the quality of education that students receive in the district. Dr. Carson acquired a B.S from Montclair State University, a M.A from Saint Peters University and his Doctorate from Seton Hall University. Dr. Carson continued his relationship with the JCPS by becoming a middle school science teacher at James F. Murray, Public School 38. Dr. Carson has been a STEM educator for more than 10 years. He has been acknowledged in various publications for organizing innovative STEM Showcases such as the Jersey City Public School’s Science Fair Challenge.
Dr. Carson was later appointed the districts science Supervisor for all K-8 schools in Jersey City. As a supervisor he developed programs focused on real world connections and culturally responsive STEM. Some of Dr. Carson’s programs include, Student Spaceflight Experiment Program, Job shadowing with Liberty Science Center, Latinas in STEM, Project Enable, Biomedical Engineering and Hope Rising. Most recently, Dr. Carson joined the administrative team at Alexander D. Sullivan School, Public School 30. The Alexander D. Sullivan Elementary School is an urban primary school that serves a diverse group of pre-k through grade 5 students. The schools primary focus is to provide STEM opportunities to underrepresented groups. Dr. Carson believes that STEM is the bridge to all content areas.
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