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ANthony Outler, PH.D.

Morehouse College

Professional and Continuing Studies Division
  • Adjunct Professor
Education

Dr. Anthony Outler is the Culture and Climate Coordinator for DeKalb County Public Schools and an Adjunct Professor for the Morehouse Education Department. He has worked as a K-12 educator in the metro-Atlanta area since 2002.  His work in schools has focused on applying culturally responsive and liberatory educational frameworks to empower students to identify, critique, and ultimately abolish, oppressive systems and institutions and work to build a more socially just world. He currently teaches Advocacy in Urban Schools at Morehouse College and is an educational consultant. His work with pre-service teachers, practicing teachers, and school leaders centers around advocacy, social justice education, culturally responsive pedagogy and social and emotional learning. His doctoral research focused on Black middle school students’ learning experiences in public sites outside of the traditional, institutionalized brick-and-mortar school context.   

He has a BS in Middle Childhood Education, M.S. Ed. in Urban Teacher Leadership, MS in Educational Leadership, and a PhD in Educational Policy Studies with a concentration in Social Foundations of Education. 

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