Tyrone Bynoe, EdD, MA, MS Ed, and 2nd MA
Dr. Tyrone Bynoe joined the Education Department at the University of Michigan-Flint in 2015. Previously, he held teaching and educational leadership responsibilities with the University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky. Dr. Bynoe earned an Ed.D. in Educational Administration from Teachers College-Columbia University. He also earned a B.A. in American History, M.A. in Social Sciences, M.S. Ed. in Educational Administration and Policy Studies, and an M.A. in American History, all from the University of Albany, NY. He has several administrative and teaching licenses in Kentucky and New York. Dr. Bynoe has a rich background in supervisory and pedagogical practice. He has been a New York State public school administrator involving grades K-12, and has experience as a History and Social Studies teacher.
Dr. Bynoe's written work has been published by the Journal of Education Finance, the Encyclopedia of Education-Economics-and-Finance, and the Encyclopedia of Diversity and Social Justice. He authored a book chapter in October 2015 entitled Mentoring for School Quality: How Educators Can Be More Professional and Effective. His academic interests include school finance, effective schools, teacher quality, organizational behavior, public school supervision, educational history, and computer applications.