Isaac C. Carrier, Ph.D., is a P-12 practitioner-scholar having served in Texas public schools as a high school Agriculture teacher, assistant principal, middle school principal, and assistant superintendent. He currently serves as Principal of the historic GW Carver Middle School in the Waco Independent School District. He is an author, speaker, consultant and panelist focusing on culturally responsive instructional leadership, equitable learning opportunities for all students, and effective district leadership. Dr. Carrier also serves as an Assistant Professor in the College of Education at the University of Louisiana-Monroe. He and his wife Robyn, are the co-founders of Carrier Instructional & Leadership Consultants, and independent educational consulting business whose services include effective instructional leadership, peer coaching, instructional strategies focused on literacy, and organizational efficiency.
~ Fighting the Good Fight: Narratives of the African American Principalship