Director of Instructional Assessment
Howard Gollub, MA served as Director of Educational Programs and held a seat on the President’s Education Cabinet for the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) New York City local, The United Federation of Teachers (UFT), before joining the NUA.
At the UFT, he led the creation and implementation of professional development programs including The Mainstreaming Training Project for Teachers (winner of a Distinguished Program in Teacher Education award from the Association of Teacher Educators), The UFT Special Educator Support Program, The New York City Mentor Teacher Internship Program, TEACHERLINE (an after school help line for new teachers), and the union’s Teacher Certification and Licensure Preparation programs.
Mr. Gollub’s other professional credits include serving on the AFT’s Leadership for Reform Initiative, the New York State Commissioner’s Advisory Panel, and the Chancellor’s Commission on Minimum Standards.
Mr. Gollub’s began his teaching career in New York City, serving students with disabilities and their general education peers on the elementary and middle school levels. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Education from Queens College, a Master’s in Guidance and Counseling from Brooklyn College, and ABD in Educational Psychology from Fordham University.