TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Rose Campbell, principal of kindergarten through 5th grade at Florida A&M University Developmental Research School (FAMU-DRS), was elected for a three-year term to the International Association of Laboratory and University Affiliated Schools (NALS) Board of Directors during a recent conference at Rhode Island College’s Laboratory School in Providence, RI.
As part of the board of directors, Campbell will have the opportunity to be exposed to other representatives of laboratory schools. She will also have an impact on policy and procedures, and how research and cutting edge strategies are used and being implemented at laboratory schools.
“Most importantly, FAMU-DRS is the only historically black college or university laboratory school represented on this board,” said Campbell. “With this exposure, more than anything else, I will be able to bring back a wealth of information on cutting edge research and student achievement, as well as have an impact on professional development for faculty.”
Rose Campbell, Ph.D. is currently an administrator working as the elementary principal at FAMU-DRS in Tallahassee, Florida. With more than 39 years in education, she has gained practical experience working as a classroom teacher, Title I project reading teacher, a coordinator of services for special needs students, a middle school principal, an elementary school principal and college professor. Campbell has also worked on special projects including research to improve academic achievement levels of students and to provide teachers with teaching strategies in the core academic areas.
She received her B.S. degree from FAMU in psychology, a M.A. degree in urban education from William Paterson University and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
Campbell has written various educational articles, worked with teachers and administrators to develop special activities for students. Her major emphasis is placed on philosophical learning transferred into effective practical implementation processes. Other areas included working with special education teachers focusing on individualized instruction and laws governing special education students such as Pub Law 94-142 and 504. She has also presented at the National Middle School Conference on Whole School Reform-Restructuring for Achievement and other conferences. Other presentations include Cambridge College Symposium on “Global Education” in 2007 and “Six Years After No Child Left Behind” in 2008.
About International Association of Laboratory and University Affiliated Schools
International Association of Laboratory and University Affiliated Schools (NALS) is an international association of pre-kindergarten through graduate laboratory and university affiliated schools engaged in practices of teacher training, curriculum development, research, professional development, and educational experimentation for the purpose of supporting member’s schools and as a voice speaking for the improvement of learning for all children.
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