Gerald Lauber Ed.D


Syosset, NY

United States

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SED Fiscal Administrator Roosevelt 2010-2011. My interest is in developing the National Center for Teaching Financial Literacy at St. John's University. I work as a senior advisor to the Thinking Foundation working with corporations helping them use Tools of Visual Thinking (TVT's) to transform information into knowledge. I also work with visual tools in my role as a senior advisor to MaterCard's financial literacy efforts.
What is your present job title?
At what school level do you work?
K-12, College/University
Where do you work?
Nassau County NY, Suffolk County NY, Other location in USA, Outside USA

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  • Michael Keany

    Dear Gerry:


    Welcome!  I'm so pleased you decided to join our School Leadership 2.0 community.  As you start to explore the site, and I hope you will, I feel confident that you will see its many benefits.  A good starting point might be the short video tutorials which you can find on the pull down menu on the home page.  Each highlights a special section of the community and provides clear instruction on how to participate.  


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    Michael Keany




  • Harold J. (Hap) Hoffmann

    Hi Gerry.  Happy to see your name here ... brings back good memories.  Hope all is well.        Hap Hoffmann
  • steve Hauk



    I'd like to hear more about what work you are doing about Fnancial Literacy.  As a former SJU student (BS'89,MBA'91) and now Assistant Principal of a middle school, I often think about the need for basic instruction about, budgeting, credit cards, intertest, and investment risk/return.  These skills should begin during the formative teenage years. Long before they get their first credit card as college freshman.


    my email is


    Thank you.