Carole Hankin                    

Educator Committed to Excellence in Education                            

        About Carole Hankin                    

The Superintendent of Schools at Syosset Central School District in New York, Dr. Carole Hankin earned her doctor of education at Columbia University. A respected educator, she has contributed to a variety of publications and broadcasts. Dr. Carole Hankin brings extensive experience and insight into the teaching profession.

Dr. Carole Hankin has been interviewed for many television programs, including Bullying, Teaching Etiquette in School, Giving Breathalyzer Tests to Students, Zero Tolerance, and President Bush’s Education Program. She has also been interviewed on the radio in order to share her expertise. In addition, she contributes a bimonthly column to Education Update, a newspaper that profiled her in August 2007.

As a Superintendent, Dr. Carole Hankin instituted language training at the kindergarten level. In addition, she has initiated partnerships with the Metropolitan Opera, the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the New York Philharmonic, among others.

The school district, which routinely ranks among the best in New York, provides students with a diverse range of courses. Graduates regularly move on to universities.

Actively involved in her profession, Dr. Hankin is a member of a number of organizations, including the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, the Women’s Committee of the Central Park Conservatory, and the New York State Council of School Superintendents.                            

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