College of Education and Allied Professions
Darrius Stanley is an assistant professor of educational leadership at Western Carolina University. He is a native southerner from Tallahassee, Florida where he attended his hometown historically Black college, Florida A&M University. Generally, his research agenda explores school leadership practices and their impacts on issues of race, gender, and equity in today's public schools. His work centers historical, Critical race and gendered lenses, to uplift the testimonies of minoritized school communities. His current research examines the impact that school and district leaders can have when engaging minoritized communities. Darrius also has an array of teaching, coaching, research, and leadership experience in urban school contexts.
Leadership for Social Justice<br>School Culture<br>Organizational Leadership
Role of Black Educators and School Leaders<br>Community Engaged Leadership<br>Critical Race Theory/Anti-Blackness in Education<br>Social Justice Leadership Praxis <br>History of Black Education