Priscilla A. Boerger began her career in the public school sector as an elementary school teacher in Miami, Florida. During that time she was a lead teacher and the secretary for her school’s ESSAC committee. She also trained teachers on classroom management strategies, held parent workshops, and was involved with the school’s PTA. Boerger joined Lynn University eight years ago as an adjunct professor and is now starting her seventh year serving the Ross College of Education. She is the K-6 Elementary Education program coordinator and the Director of Clinical Experiences. She works with various organizations in the state of Florida; specifically the State of Florida Department of Education and as a board member of Florida Association of Teacher Educators. As well, she works closely with several departments within the School District of Palm Beach County. Boerger has a great passion for two research topics: bullying and the whole child. She has made several presentations at various conferences, at both the state and national level, as an invited panel guest and with colleagues. Boerger also coordinates the Masters in Educational Leadership program.
- B.S., Florida International University
- M.S., Nova Southeastern University
- Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University
Priscilla A. Boerger believes that education is the basis for the success of our future. In order to secure not only our students’ learning, but society, economics, politics and all other aspects of our country, she believes that it is her responsibility as an educator, to be dedicated to this field and to the students in it.
- Elementary education (1st – 6th), ESOL Endorsed
Areas of Scholarship and Professional Practice
- Elementary education
- Organizational management in education
- Organizational leadership in education