Clinical Assistant Professor
Educational Policy Studies
Alexios Rosario-Moore is a clinical associate professor of education policy studies and the co-coordinator of the M.Ed. in Urban Higher Education program. His research focuses on racial and socioeconomic equity in secondary and post-secondary education through an integrated analysis of federal and state policy, organizational theory, and decision-making among school leaders, parents, and students. Alexios has held leadership roles in dual-enrollment programs in New York and in New Orleans where he founded a college bridge program for opportunity youth. Since moving to Chicago, he has participated in local policy initiatives related to racial equity in school leadership, school facilities planning, and school funding.
ED 100 Introduction to Urban Education
EDPS 150 Child and Youth Policies in Urban America
ED 200 Educational Policy Foundations
CI 406 Teaching and Learning Social Sciences
ED 505 Introduction to Educational Research: Paradigms and Processes
EDPS 515 Urban Higher Education: Organizations and Context
EDPS 520 City as Campus
EDPS 589 Administrative and Leadership Theory in Education
Rosario-Moore, A., & Rosario-Moore, E. (2021). Reckoning with (recent) history: reparatory service learning for transformative change. In Pursuit of Liberation: Critical Service-Learning as Capacity Building for Historicized, Humanizing, and Embodied Action. Advances in Service-Learning Series. Neumeth, E. (Ed.). IAP.
Rosario-Moore, A. (2021). Little mechanism and lots of blank sheets: student models and real-world learning. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Duty of Educational Leaders Without Borders. Papa, R (Ed.).
Superfine, B., Rosario-Moore, A., and Dewitt, E. (2020). Governance, autonomy, and accountability in modern education reform: implications for educational equity. University of Memphis L. Rev., 50,4.
Rosario-Moore, A., & Rosario-Moore, E. (2016). From the ground up: criminal law education for communities most affected by mass incarceration. Clinical L. Rev., 23, 753.
Rosario-Moore, A. (2016). Convergence culture and school change: developing collaborative learning communities for the 21st century. Building and Maintaining Collaborative Communities: Schools, University, and Community Organizations. Slater, J., Reardon, M., and Ravid, R. (Eds.) IAP.
Rosario-Moore, A. (2015). OneApp, many considerations: Black social capital and school choice in New Orleans. Souls, 17 (3-4), 231-247.
2019 PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago, Policy Studies in Urban Education
2003 MFA, The New School
1997 BA, Liberal Arts, Eugene Lang College