About

We are an education company and publisher.  In addition to providing professional development, we’re working to expand our service offerings to include curriculum development and educational software.

The founders of Edulogue met while completing a master’s program at Teachers College, Columbia University.  Though we went our separate ways to teach and work in different educational settings, our overlapping professional interests and tendency toward inquiry have allowed us to continue to collaborate to improve our practice and research.

Lan Ngo received her Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University where she majored in economics. After studying and teaching abroad, she earned a Master’s of Art from Teachers College, Columbia University where she specialized in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and received several scholarships. She is a Ph.D. student and research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education where her research focuses on the language and literacy practices of English Language Learners (ELLs). She is also studying in the School Leadership Program at Penn.  Lan has given a number of presentations on TESOL and literacy and has authored several academic articles and book chapters. She previously served as the Chair of the Secondary Education Special Interest Group of the professional organization, New York State TESOL. She has taught English as a Second Language (ESL) in various locations in the U.S. and also taught advanced writing at Penn.

Susan Goldstein received her Master’s of Art in TESOL from Teachers College, Columbia University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish from St. Joseph’s College where she was the valedictorian of her graduating class. She has presented at several TESOL conferences, and co-authored academic articles focused on supporting the academic achievement of ELLs, and previously served as the Co-chair of the Elementary Education Special Interest Group of New York State TESOL. Currently, Susan teaches ESL in the Port Washington School District where she also advises high school students on college admissions. She is studying in Stony Brook University’s Advanced Graduate Educational Leadership program.

Lucy Portugal received her Master’s of Art in TESOL from Teachers College, Columbia University. Lucy also has a Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education from C.W. Post, Long Island University and certification in Students with Disabilities from Brooklyn College. Throughout her academic career, Lucy has had various experiences in K-12 classrooms on Long Island and in New York City. Lucy is currently an elementary ESL teacher for the Port Washington School District where she is also a member of the District’s Diversity Committee. She was formerly a second grade ESL teacher in Brooklyn, NY. She has given a number of presentations on TESOL and has published academic articles. She is currently studying in Stony Brook University’s Advanced Graduate Educational Leadership program.

Acknowledgments: Thank you to our friends, family, and colleagues who have been supporting us in our life’s work in education.  Special thanks to Chris Goodmacher and Caitlin Shanley for their inspiration and support in the development of this website.

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