EUSTACE G. THOMPSON is currently Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Foundations, Leadership, and Policy Study at Hofstra University as well as the Director of the C.A.S. in Educational Leadership and School District Business Leadership. He was formerly the Deputy Superintendent of the Uniondale Public Schools, located on Long Island, New York. He has 37 years of experience in urban and suburban public schools settings and has held the positions of assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, high school principal, middle school principal, assistant principal and secondary social studies teacher. He has been active in numerous professional organizations having served as Executive Vice-President of the Long Island Council of Administrators and Supervisors and as a representative on the Instructional Television Service Committee of WLIW Channel 21. He served in the positions of Adjunct Professor of Educational Administration at Baruch College and as Adjunct Professor at Five Towns College in the Department of Education. Dr. Thompson is a curriculum auditor having received International Management Audit Curriculum certification in Atlanta, GA in 1995. In addition, he is certified to train teachers and administrators in the areas of Walk-Through Supervision and Curriculum Deep Alignment.
Dr. Thompson, received his B.A. from the City College of New York, his M.S. from Long Island University, his M.A. and Ph.D. from New York University
He received his B.A. from the City College of New York, his M.S. from Long Island University, his M.A. and Ph.D. from New York University. He was formerly the Deputy Superintendent of the Uniondale Public Schools, located on Long Island, New York. He has 14 years of experience as principal of a suburban minority middle school. His duties included the design and implementation of after school and summer school academic support and recreational programs for district wide students in grades 6 to 8. He has worked in collaboration with local community service agencies and university grant programs to implement a variety of summer cultural opportunities to students.