Carlos G. Lee 

Assistant Professor  - Educational Leadership

Bachelor's Degree(s): Bachelor of Science: Mathematics, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, LA, 1994
Master's Degree: Master of Education: Educational Administration, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, 2000
Other Degrees: Doctor of Education: Educational Administration, Management, and Policy, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, 2013
Phone: 225-578-3608

Email: carlee719@lsu.edu
Office: 224 Peabody Hall

 

 

Biography

Dr. Carlos Lee is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership within the College of Human Sciences and Education (CHSE) at Louisiana State University. In addition, Dr. Lee is Program Coordinator for the online M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and advisor to students enrolled in this degree program. Dr. Lee brings more than 20 years of administrative and teaching experience to the CHSE. His research interests include social and fiscal forces impacting governance, management theory, and policy evaluation.

Selected Presentations

Lee, C. (November, 2014). Evaluating Supplemental Education Services in Large Urban Texas School Districts: An Analysis of Academic Achievement within Grade Level and Attendance. Paper accepted for presentation at the biennial meeting of the Urban Education Collaborative (International Conference on Urban Education), Montego Bay, Jamaica.