Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Franklin CampbellJones, Ed.D.Vice President, CampbellJones & Associates
Franklin CampbellJones, Ed.D., assists school districts in applying the tenets of cultural proficiency to their policies and practices, facilitating professional learning seminars and giving keynote addresses to national and international audiences. He has also served as a teacher, site-level administrator, central office director, and state director of professional development.
He is co-author of The Culturally Proficient School: An Implementation Guide for School Leaders (Corwin Press, 2013) and The Cultural Proficiency Journey: Moving Beyond Ethical Barriers Toward Profound School Change (Corwin Press, 2010). He is clinical professor in the Department of Instructional Leadership and Professional Development at Towson University, and has also served as associate professor at Rowan University and California State University, Los Angeles, in their departments of Education Leadership.
Other Relevant Publications
- Journey of Spirit, Walk of Faith: Our Relationship with God (Author House, 2010)
- “Bringing Cultural Proficiency to Collaborative Inquiry” (with Brenda CampbellJones and Nancy Love), in Using Data to Improve Learning for All: A Collaborative Inquiry Approach (pp. 80–96, Corwin Press, 2009)
- “Educating African American Children: Credibility at a Crossroads” (with Brenda CampbellJones), in Educational Horizons, 80, (3), 133–139 (2002)
- “Knowledge Generation in Educational Administration from the Inside Out: The Promise and Perils of Site-Based, Administrator Research” (with Gary L. Anderson), in Educational Administration Quarterly, 36, (3), 428–464 (July 2000)