Darrin Griffiths has worked as an educator in urban elementary schools for more than twenty-five in the roles of teacher, vice-principal and currently, principal. He is a critical pragmatist with a solid understanding of the complex nature of schooling and a commitment to equity for all students.
Griffiths continues to write about social justice, equity and inclusion in education, and is partnering with experts in the field to author more books geared at instructional leaders. He is also a senior lecturer at Niagara University and an in-demand conference speaker and session facilitator. Griffiths also teaches part-time with OISE/University of Toronto.
~ Key Questions for Educational Leaders
~ The Principal Reader:
~ Case Studies for Inclusive Educators and Leaders
~ The Leader Reader:
~ Goodbye for Now: True Stories of Life, Love, and Loss