Re-imagining Education is a Kingsbury Center inspired radio show that discusses salient K-12 issues, ideas, opportunities, and challenges. The knowledge economy has forced schools to redefine platforms to support student learning that prepare students for their post-secondary experiences.
Re-imagining Education provides parents and educators the opportunity to get answers to their tough questions regarding what effective educational options exist to prepare students for college, career, and life in the 21st century. No two students are alike, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution to supporting students. Every episode features guests discussing topics ranging from special education to global learning.
About Dr. Dennis O. Campbell
Dr. Dennis O. Campbell is the head of school/CEO of the Kingsbury Center, a K-12 school, located in Washington, D.C., serving students with learning differences. Dennis and his team at the Kingsbury Center understand that for all students learning can sometimes be a challenge, and they work creatively and collaboratively to help children overcome the barriers so that they can thrive in the learning environment.
He began his career as a teacher working with teen mothers and their preschoolers and later taught in both elementary and middle schools. As an educational leader and a current Deeper Learning Equity Fellow, Dennis’ work is primarily focused on promoting equity and access, diversity and inclusion, and global citizenship. He believes in improving student life opportunities by facilitating the development of critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
A proud Washingtonian, his adoptive home, Dennis holds a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation examined the links between school and community and its influence on student outcomes. He also holds an M.A. in child development from Tufts University and a B.A. in early childhood education from Ryerson University.