Dr. Lynne G. Long, Ed.D.
Director of Field Placement
Ed.D, George Washington University
M.A., The Catholic University of America
B.S., Morgan State University
During her profession in the District of Columbia Public Schools, Dr. Long embraced formidable challenges in her quest to ensure high quality teaching and learning and instructional leadership. Beginning her career as a teacher, Dr. Long steadily rose to positions of increasing responsibility serving as: Assistant Principal at M.L. King Elementary School, Principal of Brent Museum Magnet School, Assistant Superintendent of Division II, and Acting Chief Academic Officer. She retired as the Assistant Superintendent of the Office of Professional Development and Leadership.
Dr. Long has served as an adjunct professor for several years at Cambridge College and Bowie State University. Just this year she currently serves on the Board for the Inspired Teaching Charter School and is the Interim Director of Placement for the College of Education at Bowie State College.
- How to improve instruction in the classroom
- Using Data to inform instruction
- Instructional Leadership
- “Helping Principals to Help Teachers Differentiate Instruction”-Conference-Barbados-2010
- “Using Data to Support Student Learning”-Booker T. Washington Public Charter School-2010, Miner, Green, Thomas Elementary Schools-2007
- “Using Action Research to Improve Instruction”-Bowie State University-Educational Leadership Conference, March, 2006
“Anatomy of a Working Museum/School Partnerships”-Virginia Associations of Museums, April 1999.
- “Building Lessons Using Museums”-ASCD, March 1998.
“Performance Assessment for Classroom Teachers”-DCACTE (Trinity College).
- “Connections for Learning: Museum School Partnerships”-ASCD, March 1997.
- “Child Development and Establishing a I Have A Dream Program”-I Have A Dream Conference. November 2001.
- “Using Data to Inform the District’s Academic Focus”-National Staff Development Conference. November 2000.
- National Staff Development Council
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.