Urban Education Resiliency: Perspectives of Urban School Achievement
This research will chronicle best practices of urban school reform as studied from the perspective of African - American Superintendents of large public school districts.
||Urban School Reform, Minority Academic Achievement, Resiliency
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.35-40.
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Dr. Kimberly McLeod has over 10 years experience in public education. She has held various positions in PK-12 public education including that of a teacher, counselor and administrator. She is the editor of for the Journal of Urban Education and the coordinator for the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators Research Institute. She believes in advocating for disadvantaged learners and special populations.
Prior to joining Texas Southern University, Dr. Tanner's experience included working as a consultant (leadership, diversity, and urban school reform), high school and middle school principal, Urban school personnel director, and high school teacher. He recieved his Doctorate of Education from the University of Houston, a Master of Education in School Administration and Supervision from Southern University, and a Bachelors of Arts in Social Studies/Education from Newberry College.
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