Dr. Stanley T. Crawford

Educators impact the present and plant the seeds of the future as they reflect on the harvest of the past.

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Stanley T. Crawford, Ed.D. has been an educator for over 20 years. He has served in education leadership positions at the district and building levels. In addition, he has taught in public education at PK-12 and College settings. Prior to public education, he worked as a manager in the service industry. Stanley, also served in the United States Air Force. Dr. Crawford is a graduate of the University of North Texas (Ed.D.), Webster University (MA), Southern Illinois University of Carbondale (BS), and the Community College of the Air Force (AAS). Dr. Crawford is

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Thank you Dr Stanley for taking the time to explain this topic of Social media to my students. You have done an excellent job. We hope to see you again!- Ambroise Ntamon, MBA, DBA(c)
  • Building Instructional Capacity

    What would happen if a practicing educator with over twenty years of experience extracted the key strategies that allowed him to increase student achievement and student learning for the benefit of all educators? It would provide a starting point for any educator, or education stakeholder to impact their school or school district.

    Dr. Crawford has achieved that in Building Instructional Capacity. He presents the lessons learned and strategies in a clear format.

    After discussing the importance of leadership, Dr. Crawford presents the three key strategies for building instructional capacity.

    Leadership: Leadership is important to the success of any endeavor in public education.

    Increase Applied Personnel Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Possessing knowledge, skill and ability are only the beginning to an increase in student learning and student achievement. The application piece must be nurtured.

    Improve the Curriculum Program and Supporting Aspects: Parts of the curriculum program should be given special attention by school and district leadership.

    Provide the Basic Medical, Social, and Emotional Support for Students: Students should be given the best opportunity to succeed in public education. When this occurs, it will benefit society as a whole.

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