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About the Author
Dr. CampbellJones served as high school teacher in the areas of secondary reading and social science. He was a high school administrator as well as a project director for a nationally acclaimed teacher recruitment program. CampbellJones was curriculum program director for the California School Leadership Academy a flagship professional learning community in the state of California that advanced leadership skills for practicing school principals and superintendents. He served as associate professor of education administration at California State University, Los Angeles and Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.
Franklin is published in scholarly and professional journals. He is co-author of The Culturally Proficient School: An Implementation Guide for School Leaders and The Cultural Proficiency Journey: Moving Beyond Ethical Barriers Toward Profound School Change.
Dr. CampbellJones earned the Masters Degree and Doctorate in Education from the University of San Francisco.
Brenda CampbellJones, Ph.D, CEO She provides professional development, and technical assistance to school districts throughout the United States. Dr. CampbellJones gives keynote address internationally and nationally on culturally responsiveness in diverse communities. Dr. CampbellJones is published in scholarly and professional journals. She has served as principal of an award winning middle school, teacher, state and national staff development facilitator.
Randall B. Lindsey is emeritus professor at California State University, Los Angeles and has a practice centered on educational consulting and issues related to equity and access. Prior to higher education faculty roles, he served as a junior and senior high school history teacher, a district office administrator for school desegregation, and executive director of a non-profit corporation. All of his experiences have been in working with diverse populations and his area of study is the behavior of white people in multicultural settings. It is his belief and experience that too often white people are observers of multicultural issues rather than personally involved with them. He works with colleagues to design and implement programs for and with schools, law enforcement agencies, and community-based organizations to provide access and achievement. He and his wife and frequent co-author, Delores, are enjoying this phase of life as grandparents, as educators, and in support of just causes that extend the promises of democracy throughout society in authentic ways.