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Emmanuel Jean Francois

Headshot of Emmanuel Jean Francois in a suit and tie
Associate Professor, Educational Studies
Patton Hall 302T

Dr. Francois earned a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of South Florida; a master’s degree in human services from Springfield College; a joint post-graduate diploma in population and development from the State University of Haiti and the United Nations Development Program; and a joint post-graduate certificate in psycho-education and social health from the Schools of Cadres in Special Education of Port-au-Prince and Versailles. Francois is an expert in global sustainability education, students and immigration issues, and funding for higher education. He looks into the comparison between education in different countries. He has written many books and has several published works in peer-review journals. He is the editor of  The African Symposium, which is an online peer-review journal. Previously, he served as a reviewer for Global Education Review,  Journal of International Students,  Human Services Today,  American Educational Research Journal, and  International Journal of Multicultural Education. 

Most Recent Publications:

Jean-Francois, E. (2022). Sustainability Education and Instructional Leadership Practices in Thailand: Perspectives of Thai School Principals. International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies, 9(3), 280. 

Abon, J. K., & Jean-Francois, E. (2022). Faculty Initiative and Level of Experience in a US University in Internationalizing their Curriculum to Foster Student Glocal Competence. Eurasian Journal of Social Sciences, 10(3), 178-196. 

Jean-Francois, E., & Schmidt-Lauff, S. (2020). Facilitating Comparative Group Work in Adult Education. International and Comparative Studies in Adult and Continuing Education, 12, 51. 

Jean-Francois, E. (2020). Quadrangulational comparison for glocal sustainability studies. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science, 14(1), 33-41. 

Jean-Francois, E. (2019). Exploring the perceptions of campus climate and integration strategies used by international students in a US university campus. Studies in Higher Education, 44(6), 1069-1085.