Hopkins Public Schools' new equity coordinator

August 29, 2008

Stanley Brown is Hopkins Public Schools' new equity coordinator, bringing with him many years of classroom teaching and administrative leadership experience.

Background

Brown was born and raised in Harlem, New York. He attended elementary and high school in Harlem, New York; attended Iona College in New Rochelle, New York for undergraduate; and attended Boston College in Boston Mass for graduate school. Presently, he is attending Hamline University, where he completed his administrative licensure and is finishing his doctoral work. Brown's doctoral research and dissertation focus on the education of African American high school boys. His experiences with schools include private and parochial settings as well as teaching on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota immediately after college.

Passion for equity and diversity

He has a passion for equity and diversity in educating all students, and helping administration and teachers research, discover and uncover best practices and strategies for reaching and achievement of all students.

"I am excited to embark on this new journey with such a fine and progressive district where teachers and administrators value the notion of teaching and learning for a whole new world," he said.

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