Stephanie Robinson recently retired from a 35 year career as a teacher, education administrator, college faculty member and education advocate.Dr. Robinson began her eduction career in the Montclair, NJ school system; served as adjunct Professor of Education at Seton Hall and Rutgers Universities, served as Education Director for the National Urban League; and was Deputy Superintendent of the Kansas City, Missouri School District. Most recently, at the Education Trust, she worked with school districts and communities to ensure high quality education for all students. She was the Principal Investigator for a study on high school reform—“Gaining Traction, Gaining Ground”. She wa also managed the collaboration between ACT and Education Trust which produced the study “On Course for Success”—an investigation of the quality of high school curriculum and instruction that led to college success for African American students. Dr. Robinson recently co-authored a policy brief published by the University of South Florida, David C Anchin Center; “New Directions for Culturally Competent School Leaders’ She has received numerous awards from national and local organizations -- and is a member of the NISE Net DIVERSITY TASK FORCE.
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